‘Rumors to KBO’ No-Hit No-Running Pitcher Appeals for Job Seeking on SNS… Will he be linked to 5 teams and re-employed

Foreign pitcher Cody Ponce, who was rumored to go to the KBO League, is drawing attention as he follows the SNS of Japanese professional baseball teams.

Japanese media Daily Sports reported, “Fans are paying attention to the trend of pitcher Cody Ponce, who became a free agent at Nihonham,” adding, “After Nihonham and Seibu, we have recently followed Rakuten, Softbank, and Chiba Lotte’s official Instagram every day.”월카지노

The media then said, “At one point, there was a rumor that a contract was agreed with a Korean club, but it didn’t happen. Fans are paying attention to things such as ‘Do you want to throw it in Japan’ and ‘Where will you go?'”

Ponce made his major league debut with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2020. He went 1-1 with a 3.18 ERA in five games in 2020 and 6 losses with a 7.04 ERA in 15 games in 2021.

Since then, Ponce has moved to Japan and played for the Nippon Ham Fighters for two seasons. He pitched in 14 games in 2022, recording three wins, five losses and an earned run average of 3.35. His surprise no-hitter made headlines. Ponce achieved a no-hitter in nine innings against Softbank at the Sapporo Dome on Aug. 27, 2022, with six strikeouts and two outs. He was the first no-hitter in 27 years for a Nippon-Ham pitcher.

Ponce joined from the middle of the season due to injury this year, recording 4 wins, 5 losses and a 3.66 ERA in 10 games, and was removed from Nippon Ham’s on hold list at the end of the season.

Ponce was once linked to Samsung, but Samsung recently hired Conor Seabold as a new foreign pitcher. Samsung signed a contract with Seabold for a total of 1 million U.S. dollars (down payment of 100,000 dollars, annual salary of 800,000 dollars, incentive of 100,000 dollars) on Tuesday

Since his big league debut in 2021, Seabold has played for the Boston Red Sox and the Colorado Rockies with one win and 11 losses with an 8.12 ERA in 33 games. This year, he pitched in 27 games (87 ⅓ innings) for Colorado, recording one win, seven losses with an ERA of 7.52.

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