Hiroshima Carp pitcher Kyle Regnault doesn't know what he'd do if he were in Carter Stewart's cleats.

Stewart, a 19-year-old pitcher from Melbourne, Florida, finalized a deal with the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks on Saturday that has the potential to be groundbreaking.

Stewart skipping the MLB draft — where he was the No. 8 pick by the Atlanta Braves last year, but didn't sign — to come to Japan is uncharted territory. According to the terms first reported by Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, Stewart will make $7 million over six years with the Hawks.