Mr. Brouutung Joe Kelly Finishes Kenley Janson World Series MVP Cory Seager Dodgers trio
Los Angeles Dodgers closer Kenley Janson, as well as middle pitcher Joe Kelly and Corey Seager are expected to leave the Dodgers after this season.
Fanside’s Dodgersway recently predicted in an article predicting that the three will appear in the free contract market next season.
First of all, Kelly’s case predicted that at the end of the season, the Dodgers are much more likely to choose a $4 million buyout than a $12 million team option.
Kelly, who will be remembered by Dodgers fans for “Mr. Brouutung,” signed with the Dodgers for three years and $25 million after playing for Boston when Boston defeated the Dodgers in the 2018 World Series.
According to the site, Kelly struck out 62 in 51.1 innings in 2019, but only had a 4.56 ERA.
In the 2019 postseason National League Division Series, he was hit by the Washington Nationals’ lower Kendrick.
In 2020, which was held in the ultra-mini season, he earned 1.80 ERA.
In particular, he played an active role in the postseason and helped the Dodgers win the World Series.
Kelly, however, has an ERA of 3.34 with only 29.2 innings this season due to injuries.
That’s why the Dodgers can’t be with him anymore, the site claimed.
Janson, who has been a Dodgers closer for a long time, has not played a proper role as a closer in recent years.
Dodgers fans started booing each time they made a blon save.
The site took issue with Janson’s WHIP.
It has risen every year from 0.991 in 2018 to 1.063, 1.151 in 2020 and 1.283 this year.
In Seager’s case, whether the Dodgers can invest $250 million is the key, the site stressed.
Recently recruited Tray Turner can fill Seager’s gap.
The problem is Turner. If he is not interested in playing for the Dodgers again, the site claimed that the Dodgers should catch Seager.
Seager was named MVP of the 2020 World Series.