Is there any spark left for Ryu Hyun-jin to go to the Mets… MLB.COM “I will consider recruiting if I lose my body value.”

It is predicted that the New York Mets, which filled the starting pitcher resources of the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB), could be the destination for Ryu Hyun-jin (36).헤라카지노도메인

MLB.COM introduced a video interview with David Stearns, president of the Mets’ baseball operation division, on the 12th (Korea time), predicting, “The Mets will be able to consider recruiting low-grade pitchers such as Ryu Hyun-jin and Michael Lorenzen if the ransom drops.”

Initially, the Mets were one of the candidates for Ryu’s destination. The Mets found resources to start left-hander in the Stove League this winter, and Ryu Hyun-jin was also mentioned as a candidate.

However, the Mets achieved their goal by recruiting left-handed pitcher Sean Munaia on the 7th.

Local media, including the New York Post, who expected Ryu Hyun-jin to go to the Mets, said, “Ryu Hyun-jin’s trip to the Mets has become thin.”

However, Ryu Hyun-jin’s return to the Mets seems to be reviving as Stearns recently vowed to continue to find starting pitcher resources.

In a video interview with local media on the 11th, Stearns said, “We can’t say that (the recruitment of players) is over yet,” adding, “We need pitchers, especially starting pitchers, endlessly.”

“We will continue to look at starting pitchers because they are always lacking,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Mets completed the starting rotation for the new season with Luis Severino, Adrian Houser, Menaia, Senga Godai and Jose Kintana.

Even if Ryu Hyun-jin joins the Mets, he has to compete fiercely or play in the bullpen.

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