Kansas City Royals pitcher Aroldis Chapman expressed his desire to play for the Cincinnati Reds, who debuted in the big leagues, if given the opportunity. 먹튀검증
According to the report of the American sports media ‘The Score’ on the 14th (Korean time), Chapman said, “I don’t know how much more I will play in the big leagues in the future,” ahead of the three-game series against the Cincinnati Reds. It would be really cool if we could do it in .”
Wearing a Kansas City uniform this season, he has been on the mound 25 times and is recording 1 win, 2 losses, 2 saves and 7 holds. His earned run average is 2.70.
Kansas City general manager JJ Piccolo said, “I think we all know Chapman is a player that other clubs will be interested in,” adding, “There is no reason to artificially push (trade).”
‘The Score’ predicted that “Chapman, who has been selected as an All-Star seven times in his career, can achieve a powerful one-two punch in the bullpen with Cincinnati firefighter Alexis Diaz.”
He also added, “Cincinnati is only 3.5 games behind the #1 team in the National League Central Division. After posting 100 losses in 2022, they are surprisingly competitive.”
Meanwhile, Chapman made his big league debut in Cincinnati in 2010 and has been active in Kansas City since this season after passing through the New York Yankees. He has appeared in 692 career games and has a record of 45 wins, 37 losses, 317 saves and 34 holds.