Aroldis Chapman, who made a name for himself as a Cuban left-handed fireballer, continues his major league career.
‘MLB.com’ reporter Mark Finesand said on the 20th (Korean time), “Kansas City signed a one-year, $3.75 million contract with Chapman. He could receive an additional $4 million in additional incentives, and has medical tests left over,” the report said.
Chapman was one of the best finishers in the majors. He recorded 44 wins, 35 losses, a 2.48 ERA, 315 saves and 1,045 strikeouts in 667 games. During this time, he was selected 온라인카지노 as an All-Star seven times and won the Mariano Rivera Award given to the best bullpen pitcher. In 2016, he even picked up a World Series championship ring.
However, last year he had a career-worst ERA of 4.46. As a result, he crashed mid-season, giving the finish to Clay Holmes. Angered by his poor performance, Chapman also failed to join the postseason roster by boycotting team training. In the end, that’s how the relationship with the Yankees ended.
Chapman, who came to the free agent market, has not been interested in major league clubs for a while. After many players have been looking for a team, he has finally succeeded in finding a new destination.
In Kansas City, Scott Barlow is currently in charge of the closer, and Amir Garrett and Josh Starment are building a winning group. Attention is focusing on whether Chapman, who was once regarded as the best closer in the major leagues, will be able to make a comeback in Kansas City and join the winning team.