“There is no useful left-handed bullpen left” Minnesota, interest from All-Star + finisher

The Minnesota Twins, who want to strengthen their left-handed bullpen, are showing interest in former All-Star Brad Hand.

‘SKOR North’ reporter Darren Wolfson said on the 14th (Korean time), “Minnesota is showing interest in reliever Hand. There are not many useful relievers left.”

Hand, a veteran reliever who played 12 seasons in the majors, recorded a career record of 35 wins, 52 losses, a 3.62 ERA, 66 holds, 131 saves and 723 strikeouts. He was named an All-Star three times, collecting 30 or more saves during his time with the San Diego Padres and Cleveland Guardians.

Last year, he wore a Philadelphia Phillies uniform and went 3-2 with a 2.80 ERA, 13 holds, 5 saves and 38 strikeouts. He headed to the World Series with his team, but came out to the free agency market leaving behind expectations with an ERA of 4.76.

However, he did not receive the attention of many teams, and news of interest from Minnesota is finally being heard on this day. Currently, there are not many left-handed bullpens left in the free agent market, such as Matt Moore, Will Smith, and Jack Britton. Local media are emphasizing that teams in need of reinforcement must move quickly. 먹튀검증

Minnesota currently has lefties Caleb Cielba, Danny Colom and Yovani Moran on its roster. ‘MLB Trade Rumors’ said, “Honestly, Minnesota is not in a situation where there is a large gap for left-handed pitchers. However, the recruiting of a relief pitcher this winter did not proceed. Having Hand join in would be a huge help,” he explained.

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