Mike Miner, who considered retirement after the end of last season, is preparing to throw the last spark, not retirement.
‘MLB Trade Rumors (MLBTR)’ reporter Tim Deerkis said on the 9th (Korean time), “FA left-handed pitcher Minor participated 메이저사이트in this offseason. He is said to be in good physical condition at the moment, and is expected to hold a showcase for joining later this month.”
Minor missed 19 games last year due to a shoulder injury, ending the season early. The 35-year-old was deeply disappointed and said he was considering retiring. However, after returning from injury, Minor took on a final challenge.
He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves with the 7th overall pick in the 1st round of the 2009 draft. He subsequently played 11 years with the Kansas City Royals, Texas Rangers, Oakland Athletics and Cincinnati Reds.
He recorded a career record of 83 wins, 90 losses, a 4.25 ERA, 17 holds, 6 saves and 1,273 strikeouts. In particular, in 2019, with a record of 14 wins, 10 losses, an ERA of 3.59 and 200 strikeouts, he was the first All-Star in his life and even ranked 8th in the Cy Young Award voting. Last year, he went 4-12 with an ERA of 6.06 and 76 strikeouts.
“If you want an experienced starter who can increase rotation depth, the minors are for you,” says MLBTR. He could be considered along with the likes of Michael Waka, Chris Archer, Dylan Bundy, Michael Pineda, Anibal Sanchez, Chase Anderson and others left on the market.”