The Cleveland Guardians, the Miami Marlins, the Minnesota Twins, the Baltimore Orioles, and the Softbank Hawks, the Yokohama BayStars, and the Nippon-Ham Fighters of the Japanese pro baseball league. Seven U.S. and Japanese pro baseball teams are keeping an eye on the 108-homer batter from the U.S. Major League Baseball. It is Franmil Reyes, a 28-year-old power hitter from the Dominican Republic.월카지노
A right-handed outfielder with a height of 1m96, 120kg. He has good long-range shots in excellent physical conditions.
Starting with the San Diego Padres’ Minor League Rookie League in 2012, he made his big league debut in May 2018 against the Colorado Rockies. He went down to the Minor League once in his first year in the Major League, but returned to the Major League, and played 87 games. He has a batting average of 280,000, 73 hits, 16 homers and 31 RBIs. It is a successful debut season.
In 2019, he played in 150 games for San Diego and Cleveland, posting 37 home runs and 81 RBIs. In his second full-time season, he hit a career high. In 2021, he played in 115 games with 30 home runs and 85 RBIs. He recorded his season-high OPS (on-base plus slugging) of 0.846.
Since then, he has gone downhill. He moved from Cleveland to the Chicago Cubs during the last season. He had .221 with 14 homers and 47 RBIs in 118 games. This year, he signed a minor league contract with the Kansas City Royals. He hit hard at exhibition games to open the season in the Major League. However, he did not last long due to poor performance. He recorded a batting average of 186 with two homers and seven RBIs in 19 games, and became a free agent.
He played for the Washington Nationals Triple-A team and was released again last August. This is a typical career for hitters from the Major League Baseball heading to the Japanese professional baseball league.
Major League Baseball’s 548 games, .249 runs, 468 hits, 108 homers, 285 RBIs. The accuracy of batting is low, but it can also be an attractive card for teams that need “one shot.”
Signing a contract in the Major League next season seems difficult. The Japanese professional baseball could be a turning point in his career.
Japanese media reported on Wednesday that the Japanese team has entered the race to recruit Reyes. The Japanese team is searching for a right-handed powerhouse at the request of Tsuyoshi Shinjo, 51. The Japanese team has retained two pitchers and hired four others, bringing the number of foreign players to six. The team is seeking to recruit an additional pitcher and a batter, respectively.
The Nippon Ham team has been the last in the Pacific League for two consecutive years. It ranked sixth in batting average and fifth in home runs and scores among the six teams in this season. In order for the team to be eliminated from the last place and enter the A-class (ranked first to third among the six teams) next season, it is essential to strengthen its offense.
There is also an element of hope. Outfielder Manami Chusei (23), who has graduated from high school with 25 home runs and 74 RBIs, has become a major hitter. He renewed his contract with Cuban Ariel Martinez (28), who recorded 15 home runs and 64 RBIs, for 140 million yen per year. Infielders Yuki Nomura (23) and Kotaro Kiyomiya (23) hit 13 home runs and 10 home runs, respectively.
Earlier, the Seibu Lions of the Pacific League like Nippon Ham recruited Jesus Agula (33), an infielder who hit a total of 114 home runs in the Major League. Agula, a Venezuelan national, hit 35 home runs and 108 RBIs in 2018 for the Milwaukee Brewers.