Forbes Toronto young roaster added veteran star. All-in-one to win
Will the Toronto Blue Jays, which are enjoying the offseason, be able to soar higher in 2021?
The U.S. “Forbes” said on February 3 (Korean time) that the Toronto Blue Jays have formed a colorful squad for the 2021 championship challenge.
This winter, Toronto succeeded in making major reinforcements. With George Springer (USD 150 million in six years), who received the highest amount of money in Toronto, he recruited Marcus Simian (USD 18 million in one year), Kirby Yates (USD 5.5 million in one year), Tyler Chatwood (USD 3 million in one year) and Steven Martz (Trade). He also renewed his contract with Robbie Ray (US$8 million a year) 토토사이트
Regarding Toronto, which succeeded in strengthening, the media said, “Toronto seemed to be the winner. “They already have promising and young sluggers like Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bobissett, and Cabern Vizio,” he said. “These moves added veteran stars to the young roaster. “Toronto will be all-in to win the 2021 season.
The media predicted Toronto’s five-man rotation. Ryu Hyun-jin was chosen as the first starter, followed by Nate Pearson, Mats, Ross Stripling and Ray. Chatwood and tenor Roark can also be used as starting cards.
However, the starting lineup is underweight. Ryu Hyun-jin and a high-quality starting agent to play with one-two punch are needed. Toronto hasn’t closed its wallet yet. “MLB.com” said on April 28, “Toronto may not have finished recruiting yet. “Even if they don’t catch Trevor Bauer, they’ll definitely add him to the rotation.”