Robert Stark (33) from Doosan signed a minor league contract with Milwaukee. He was invited to major league spring training.
On the 27th (Korean time), the US’MLB.com’ said, “Stark, who played for the San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, and New York Mets, joined the Milwaukee Brewers after spending the 2022 season in Korea.” He signed a league contract and was invited to major league spring training.”
Stock, who joined the St. Louis Cardinals with the 67th overall in the second round of the 2009 draft, failed to enter the major leagues and played for the New Jersey Jackals in the independent league and Charos de Jalisco in the Mexican Pacific League, before wearing a San Diego uniform in 2018. In the 2018 season, Stock played an active role in 32 games, 1 win, 1 loss, 4 holds, 39⅔ innings, 13 runs (11 ERA), and an average ERA of 2.50. 메이저놀이터
But Stark faltered in the 2019 season. He pitched in 10 games and was sluggish with 1 win, 10⅔ innings, and 14 runs (12 earned runs) with an average ERA of 10.13 and was released. In the 2020 season, he nested in Boston and posted an earned run average of 4.73 with 9 runs (7 earned) in 10 games and 13⅓ innings. In the 2021 season, he played for the Chicago Cubs and New York Mets.
In the 2022 season, Stock entered the KBO League stage. He signed with the Doosan Bears. Stock started 18 games in the first half and played well, recording 7 wins, 6 losses, 103⅔ innings, 50 runs (37 ERA), and an average ERA of 3.21, but the pace sagged in the second half. The performance of 11 games in the second half was 2 wins, 4 losses, 61⅓ innings, 37 runs (28 ERA), and an average ERA of 4.11. His career record was 9-10 in 29 games, 165 innings, and 87 runs (65 earned) with an earned run average of 3.55.
In the end, Stark was unable to renew his contract with Doosan and took on a new challenge by signing a minor league contract with Milwaukee. ‘MLB.com’ reported that “along with Starck, Sal Frelik, Joey Wimmer, Brian Navarreto and Robert Gaesser have been invited to major league spring training.”