AL Note: Tsutsugo, Rangers, Wilman, Red Sox – MLB Sports

It “seems inevitable” Raise Infielder / Outfielder Yoshitomo Tsutsugo In the near future, he will lose his roster’s place, Tampa Bay Times Mark Topkin Observe Raise made a fairly expensive promise to Tsutsugo before 2020, but the prominent player of former Nippon Professional Baseball has not fulfilled the two-year $ 12 million guarantee. This season was particularly tough for the 29-year-old, who hit a disastrous .167 / .244 / .218 with zero home runs in 87 at-bats. Topkin points out that Raise still has about $ 5.5 million in debt to Tsutsugo, but he may decide to move on anyway. Tsutsugo could stay in the organization by sending him out, but his contract had a transfer clause and would have to approve the demotion. Otherwise, Tsutsugo was able to collect the remaining money he had to pay and try his luck again with a free agent.

  • The· Rangers Announced they hired Baseball savant Creator Daren Willman is Senior Director of R & D / Applications for the baseball business. Wilman, director of research and development at MLB’s baseball operations division, “is responsible for the development and expansion of the Rangers baseball information system,” the Rangers said. “He oversees a team of developers in the continuous growth and improvement of the organization’s information infrastructure.” Rangers’ head of baseball operations, John Daniels, said Wilman “is big in our organization. He said he was hoping to “influence.”
  • The· Red Sox He holds a major record (22-14) and a three-game lead in the American League East. But even if the Red Sox continue to fight around the July 30 closing deadline, it’s likely to avoid deals that would hurt them in the long run, changing farm systems, said athletic Jen McCa. Free suggests (link: 1, 2). Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Bloom does not show his willingness to sacrifice future interests for short-term support. Kris Bryant And Max Scherzer), McCaffrey writes.
  • After playing 3 rehab games at High-A level Red Sox Utility man Danny Santana We will make our triple A debut in 2021 on Tuesday. Alex Speier in The Boston Globe It was among the things to report. Santana signed a minor league contract with the Red Sox in the off-season, but had a chance to make a roster in the spring due to a foot infection. Assuming Santana hasn’t suffered a setback, the Red Sox’s contract includes this month’s opt-out clause, so the Red Sox must make a decision about him right away.

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AL Note: Tsutsugo, Rangers, Wilman, Red Sox AL Note: Tsutsugo, Rangers, Wilman, Red Sox

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