Lee Jung-hoo’s team, the San Francisco Giants, organized another starter.
The Giants said on Sunday (Korea time) that they agreed to a trade deal to receive outfielder Jonah Cox (22) on the condition that right-hander Ross Streepling (34) be sent to the Oakland Athletics. They will also send cash to Streepling to compensate him for his annual salary.마카오토토도메인
This season was the last year of a two-year, $25 million contract for Streepling. He will spend the final year of his contract in Oakland, across the San Francisco Bay.
Last season in San Francisco was tough. He pitched 89 innings in 22 games, recording five losses and an ERA of 5.36.
He pitched poorly, too. He posted 1.348 WHIP, two homers, 1.6 walks, and 7.1 strikeouts in nine innings.
Originally, he was a better player. During his eight seasons in the Major League, he pitched in 226 games and recorded 38-43 with an ERA of 3.96.
He has the advantage of being able to move between starting and bullpen. In 2018, he was selected as an All-Star for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Stripling is joined by Alex Wood, who was a teammate last season with the new team. Wood previously agreed to a free agent deal with Oakland.
After trading Anthony Desclafani, San Francisco left the starting lineup by organizing stripping.
Of the pitchers who played more than 90 innings last season, Logan Webb and Alex Cobb, who were one-two punches, are the only players left on the team.
There is a possibility of additional reinforcement of starters. There are still top starters such as Blake Snell and Jordan Montgomery in the FA market.
Along with them, it could be a destination for Ryu Hyun-jin, who remains in the market.
Cox is a right – right – outfielder selected by the Athletics in the sixth round of the 2023 draft.
Last season, he played in 35 games at Rookie Level and Single A, recorded a batting average of 0.287 on-base percentage of 0.366 with two homers and 15 RBIs.