The news of the contract that everyone is waiting for has not been heard. In the meantime, Ryu Hyun-jin (37) has another destination to go to. This time, it is the Miami Marlins.헤라카지노주소
Miami fan media Marlin Maniac said on Tuesday that Ryu should sign a one-year contract with an article titled “Will Miami sign Ryu? It could be a short-term solution to strengthen the mound.”
“Miami last year signed Zani Cueto on the condition of $8.5 million in annual salary and $10.5 million in 2024 option,” the media said. “A similar deal could bring Ryu. 15 million dollars is enough, but Scott Boras wants a multi-year contract, but that’s a difficult task. A one-year contract is enough.”
Ryu has always said that he would end the end of his career at Hanwha. On top of that, multi-year contracts are difficult given his late 30s. Local media have also said that a short one-year, or one-plus-year contract is the most realistic for Ryu.
Miami is also one of the teams in urgent need of reinforcing its starting pitchers. First of all, Sandy Alcantara, the winner of the 2022 National League Cy Young Award, will not be able to take the mound this year due to Tommy John surgery after the end of last season. They say that Ryu is desperately looking for a starting pitcher to fill Alcantara’s one-year gap, and that Ryu is generally appropriate. “Ryu Hyun-jin has an ERA of 3.46 and a WHIP of 1.288 in 11 games since his return last year. If he is a pitcher with a lot of capabilities and can accept a two-year contract with options or a one-year contract, it could be a reasonable recruitment for Miami as well,” Marlin Maniac said.