A senior executive who was dismissed from the Boston Red Sox in the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) has joined the front desk of the St. Louis Cardinals.
St. Louis announced on the 9th (Korea Standard Time) that it has appointed Chamber Bloom as an advisor to John Mozeliak, president of baseball operations.
After graduating from Yale University, Bloom joined the Tampa Bay Rays in 2005 and has grown into a promising baseball administrator. Bloom, who pursued low-cost, high-efficiency baseball through rapid promotion from Tampa Bay to senior vice president, was hired as Boston’s chief baseball officer after the 2019 season, replacing Dave Dombrowski.헤라카지노도메인
As soon as Bloom took charge of Boston, he traded star players Mookie Betts and David Price to the Los Angeles Dodgers and focused on fostering prospects by implementing a “small market” strategy just like Tampa Bay.
However, the results were not good enough. During the four years under Bloom, the Boston Red Sox was ranked last in the world three times and suffered from severe poor performance. Last year, the Boston Red Sox eventually replaced Bloom at the end of the season when there was no chance to advance to the fall baseball league.
He was on a roll as a baseball administrator in a new club, but he suffered the bitter taste of failure in a prestigious club. Attention is focusing on whether he will be able to make a comeback in St. Louis, which has a long tradition.