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Quick Hits: Cronenworth, Real Mute, Kiermaier, G.Sanchez – MLB Sports

After that Agree to sign Outstanding Korean infielder Kim Ha Seong on Monday, Padres No plans to move 2020NL Rookie of the Year candidates Jake Cronenworth Away from second base Kevin AC of the San Diego Union Tribune listen.It’s unclear how the Padres will fit Kim on a regular basis, but it’s because Cronenworth is the second shortstop. Fernando Tatisjuni And third baseman Manny Machado To the left of their infield, and Eric Hosmer Press and hold first. But the Padres, like the division’s rival Dodgers, are only trying to accumulate as much talent as possible per ace and will be worried about who will play where when the time comes. That strategy works for the Stacked Dodgers, who have owned the National League West since 2013 and just won the World Series title in the fall.

  • Free agent, catcher almost 2 months JT Real Mute I haven’t signed anywhere yet.However, he continues Phillies A new front office consisting of Dave Dombrowski, president of the baseball business, and Sam Fuld, general manager. John Hayman of MLB Network Tweet. Phillies’ goal of re-signing Realmuto is unclear how much the team will spend this offseason, but it’s not surprising as he has been a major premier catcher for the past two seasons. Definitely a free agent top position player, MLBTR project Realmuto plans to sign a five-year, $ 125 million contract prior to the 2021 campaign. MLBTR Anthony Franco Last weekend I ran out of things that could fit Realmuto.
  • Blake Snell May not be the last prominent veteran Raise Travel by trade this winter.Center fielder Kevin Kiermaier It became a block, USA Today’s Bob Nightengale I will propose. It’s unclear if the team is interested in Kiermaier, who will soon be 31 years old, but even so, those who win the Gold Glove Award three times will not return significant returns three times in a row-on average. Attack season. Kiermaier does not have a team-friendly contract, as the guarantee remaining on the contract is $ 26 million (including the $ 2.5 million acquisition in 2023).
  • The· Yankees Bench catcher Gary Sanchez In five of the seven fall playoff games, he doesn’t know why.Sanchez said Marly Rivera on ESPN.com It “They never told me why I was on the bench. I didn’t know why I wasn’t playing.” Sanchez said he continued to support the team despite losing play time due to backups. Kyle Higashioka – Ace Gerrit ColePersonal catcher – and he “I had a very positive conversation with respect. [manager Aaron] Boon “ After the season. Sanchez was a trade / non-bid candidate early in the off-season, but the Yankees and GM Brian Cashman have been sticking to him ever since, taking another shot at the age of 28 as their first catcher in 2021. May give. Sanchez made a miserable turn at bat. Last year’s 178 turn at bats were .147 / .253 / .365, but he was one of the major’s most productive and aggressive backstops until 2019.


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Quick Hits: Cronenworth, Real Mute, Kiermaier, G.Sanchez

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