Ryu Hyun-jin’s 36-year-old agent Scott Boras (71) voiced opposition to some claims that the Major League Free Agent (FA) market needs a deadline.마카오카지노도메인
Boras said in an interview with the U.S. media Sports Business Journal on the 5th (Korea time), “Any form of deadline is a kind of constraint.” His remarks came amid recent comments by Farhan Zaidi, president of the San Francisco Giants baseball division, about the need for FA contract deadlines.
“Wouldn’t it be good if all the contracts were signed before January 1st?,” Zaidi said in a meeting to recruit Jordan Hicks last month. “It is difficult to conclude a deal without a deadline.” The logic is that even if the negotiations between the club and the players are long, the terms of the final contract do not change significantly in the initial discussions, so the team needs to nail down the deadline to increase efficiency. Both sides also have the advantage of securing more leeway to prepare for the next season more efficiently.
However, the deal is hard to accept for Boras, who needs to get the best treatment possible from his team. What’s disappointing is that as the next season approaches, Boras needs to make the most of the team’s urgent need to strengthen his capability. That way, he can earn a hefty fee. “As a team, it’s best to understand the team’s situation as much as possible before making a decision when you want,” Boras said. “It’s against good decision to set a deadline.”
Boras said, “I know that there are people who think that the speed of the FA market is related to me,” but he disagreed with that view. “Someone has to open the door to get through it,” he said. “I’m not the one holding the door. I just wait to be invited, ready.”
It is a remark that presumes that the contract news of the players he is representing, including Ryu Hyun-jin, may be delayed further. In fact, Cody Bellinger, Blake Snell, Jordan Montgomery, Matt Chapman, and J.D. Martinez