Blake Snell (32), supported by “super agent” Scott Boras along with “Korean Monster” Ryu Hyun-jin (37), is being courted by the New York Yankees in the American League East. Snell won the National League Cy Young Award last year. If he wears a Yankees uniform, he will have a “one-two punch” with Gerrit Cole, who won the American League Cy Young Award last year.헤라카지노도메인
John Hayman, a columnist for the New York Post, mentioned the possibility of Snell’s transfer to the Yankees on the 11th (Korea time). “The Yankees want to recruit Snell,” he said. “However, there is still a big difference between the amount Snell demanded and the ransom offered by the Yankees.”
The Yankees only ranked fourth in the American League East last season. They posted 82-80 wins, trailing the Baltimore Orioles, the Tampa Bay Rays, and the Toronto Blue Jays. After the end of the season, they eagerly strengthened their power, but left a regret as Japan was losing ground to the Los Angeles Dodgers in its race to recruit pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto. Experts and local media in New York say that Snell, who received the Cy Young Award, should be hired to strengthen his team.
Snell shared a room with Kim Ha-sung last season. He started 32 games with the San Diego Padres. He shot 180 innings, and posted 14 wins, 9 losses, and a 2.25 ERA. He ranked first in the entire Major League with an ERA and won the National League Cy Young Award. He won his second career Cy Young Award following the Tampa Bay Rays in 2018. He was honored with the two major league Cy Young Awards for the seventh time in history.
The Yankees want Snell, but the possibility of signing him is still up in the fog. As columnist Hayman pointed out, the ransoms are quite different. If they don’t catch Snell, the Yankees may turn to another free agent, Jordan Montgomery, who has Boras as his agent. In addition to the Yankees, Snell has also received attention from the San Francisco Giants, the Los Angeles Angels, and the Philadelphia Phillies.
As news reports on Snell and Montgomery are released little by little, interest in Ryu’s future is also high. Once Snell and Montgomery, who are classified as A-class FA pitchers, are determined, Ryu’s bird nest outline could be caught. Currently, Ryu is expected to sign a one-year contract worth 13 million U.S. dollars. He is highly valuable as a starting resource for four to five teams with weak pitching staff. The Boston Red Sox, San Francisco, San Diego, Yankees, and Angels are also considered candidates for recruitment.