Recently, some media said Ryu Hyun-jin was connected to the San Francisco Giants.
However, San Francisco reportedly signed “fire bowler” Jordan Hicks.
ESPN’s Jeff Bankruptcy announced on the 13th (Korea Standard Time) that San Francisco has agreed to a four-year, 44 million-dollar contract with Hicks.헤라카지노
Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle also said Hicks could receive an additional $2 million in annual incentives based on his pitching innings. He added that the incentives start with 100 innings.
According to bankruptcy, San Francisco plans to use Hicks as a starter rather than a reliever.
Hicks started in the minor leagues before making his debut as a bullpen for the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2018 season, and St. Louis briefly used him as a starter in the early 2022 season.
However, he was pushed to the bullpen when he was sluggish with 16 runs in 24 2/3 innings.
Few pitchers can match Higgs in terms of speed. He has averaged 162 km/h in foursim and 161 km/h in twosim so far, with a top speed of 169 kn/h.
San Francisco’s signing with Hicks does not mean that Ryu’s contract is completely over the line. He could also recruit additional players.
However, fans are concerned that it may only be connected and not lead to a contract as in the case of the New York Mets.