The SF Giants agreed to a two-year, $25 million (32.4 billion won) contract with right-hander Ross Stripling (33). It is the same condition as left-hander Sean Maneia. After the 2023 season, you can enter the free agent market with an opt-out.
Stripling and Giants have a close relationship. After graduating from Texas A&M University, he was drafted in the 5th round by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012. His April 9, 2016 debut was at Oracle Park, home of the Giants. He fought back against the rival Giants, pitching 7.1 no-hit innings, walking four, striking out four and giving up one run.
Stripling, who pitched without a hit until 7.1 innings, gave up a walk to Angel Pagan, then bullpen Chris Hatcher allowed a two-run homer to Trevor Brown, allowing 스포츠토토 one run. It was 100 pitches. The result of the game was a 2-3 loss to the rival Giants in overtime due to a run from the Dodgers bullpen.
I ate rice with Ryu Hyun-jin at the Dodgers and Toronto Blue Jays. He was traded to Toronto, so 2020 and 2021 were sluggish. However, he has been a big help to Toronto’s fall baseball this year, going back and forth between the starter and the bullpen. He appeared in 32 games (24 starts) and threw 134.1 innings, going 10-4 with a 3.01 earned run average.
Stripling does not have the ability to overwhelm the batter. He has an average velocity of 148 km (91.8 mi) on his fastball. The repertoire uses five pitches: fastball, slider, curve changeup, and sinker. A curve with a large command and drop is good.
After losing left-hander Carlos Rodon as a free agent, the Giants confirmed their starting rotation by signing two-year contracts with left-hander Maneia and right-hander Stripling with an opt-out. It’s actually a one-year contract. Logan Webb-Alex Cobb-Maneia-Stripling-Alex Wood are expected.
In the 2021 season, if Anthony Desclafani with an average ERA of 13-7 and 3.17 joins, the starting lineup can have a thicker effect. Death Clappy (32) only appeared in 5 games due to sluggishness and ankle surgery at the beginning of this season.