San Diego, I didn’t close my wallet… U.S. “Considering FA Catcher Vasquez Recruitment”

On the 12th (Korean time),, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, quoted Ken Rosenthal, a reporter for sports media outlet The Athletic, and said, “San Diego’s next target could be Christian Vasquez, a former colleague of Bogatz.”

Vazquez, who made his big league debut with the Boston Red Sox in 2014, was traded to the Houston Astros during the 2022 season and jointly won the World Series. His career record in the big leagues is 0.261 batting average, 55 homers, and 276 RBIs in 733 games, and he is evaluated as a catcher with one-hit long-running ability. He played an active part in 84 games with a batting average of 0.282, 8 homers and 42 RBIs until this year’s trade. 메이저놀이터

Frustrated on the threshold of advancing to the World Series this year, San Diego is trying to reinforce players with the goal of winning next season. On the 8th, he signed an 11-year, $280 million (approximately 367.08 billion won) free agency contract with Bogarts, who is considered the top MLB shortstop. Bogarts is a resource that won the Silver Slugger, which is given to the best hitter, with a batting average of 0.307 this year, 15 home runs, and 73 RBIs.

Earlier, San Diego sent catcher Jorge Alfaro after the end of the 2022 season, and now it needs a new face to keep the home with Austin Nola. Locals predict that if Vasquez is added, he will be a definite plus factor in the overall offense and defense.