All-Star finisher hits 12.1 billion a year, agrees with Oakland
FA closer Trevor Rosenthal (31), who had only been rumored to have signed a contract, has been set for the Oakland Athletics 토토추천
Rosenthal and Oakland agreed to a one-year, $11 million contract, MLB.com said Wednesday. However, the club has yet to make an official announcement.
Auckland, who left All-Star finisher Liam Hendrix at the end of last season, signed a Rosenthal contract after working hard to recruit an alternative finisher since the offseason began.
Rosenthal made a comeback last season with 1.90 ERA, 11 saves and 28 strikeouts in 23£ innings while playing for the Kansas City Royals and San Diego Padres. In particular, he moved to San Diego at the end of August last year and pitched 10 innings, allowing only three hits.
Rosenthal, who played in the Major League in eight seasons, averaged 3.36 ERA with the St. Louis Cardinals from 12 to 17, and left 132 saves in 373 relief appearances. In 2015, he was named the National League All-Star.
“After being released from St. Louis after Tommy John surgery in 2017, he signed a contract with the Washington Nationals after losing the entire 2018 season, but he failed to regain his old skills and is slowly recovering from last year.”