‘Korean Big Leaguer’ Kim Ha-seong’s team, the San Diego Padres, was selected as the second team with the best reinforcement in the Stove League this winter.
On the 13th (Korean time), MLB.com selected and announced the 10 teams that showed the most remarkable moves among the teams that made reinforcements such as free agent contracts and trades in the offseason. The New York Mets, who filled the vacancy of Jacob deGrom’s transfer with Justin Verlander of the same level and made free agents or long-term contracts with key players inside, came out on top.
San Diego followed 토토사이트. The media evaluated that San Diego, which surprised the league by signing top hitter Juan Soto and closer Josh Hader ahead of the trade deadline last season, showed a similar move this winter. This is the story of the choice to acquire Xander Bogarts, the Boston Red Sox’s starting shortstop.
MLB.com said, “(With the recruitment of Bogatz), San Diego can make a flexible change by placing Kim Ha-seong as second baseman and Jake Cronenworth as first baseman. He can also play as an outfielder.”
In addition, the recruitment of veteran giant player Nelson Cruz and infield utility player Matt Carpenter could also add strength to the team’s offensive power. In particular, Cruz is expected to serve as a mentor for young players such as Tatis Jr. MLB.com predicted that newly acquired pitcher Seth Lugo would serve as a swing man, and newly signed Robert Suarez and Nick Martinez would also contribute to San Diego’s mound depth.