Chris Flexen, who played for the Doosan Bears, signed with the Chicago White Sox in the U.S. Major League Baseball.월카지노
If Flexen breaks through the starting competition, he can play with Eric Peddy from the NC Dinos as a “KBO starting duo” for the White Sox.
Starting with USA Today reporter Bob Nightingale on the 30th (Korea time), Major League Baseball sources reported Flexen’s trip to the White Sox.
Flexen is said to have signed a one-year 1.75 million-dollar contract and one million-dollar bonus. Flexen’s annual salary in 2023 was 8 million dollars.
Flexen signed a two-year, $4.75 million contract with the Seattle Mariners in 2021, and included a “besting option” in the contract, which automatically signs the contract for $8 million in 2023 if the conditions are met.
Flexen, who joined Doosan in 2020 without removing his label as a big league prospect, posted an 8-4 record and a 3.01 ERA in the regular season performance of the KBO League that year. Although his season record was not very good, he pitched well with four wins and a 0.85 ERA in five games in October 2020, and played as Doosan’s ace in the postseason.
Flexen, who succeeded in re-entering the big league by using the Korean professional baseball as a springboard, played with 14 wins, 6 losses and a 3.61 ERA in 2021, and received a compliance report card with 8-9 losses and 2 saves and a 3.73 ERA in 2022.
However, he was traded to the New York Mets after suffering from a slump this year and being released by Seattle in late June.
The Mets released Flexen in early July, and Flexen built a bird’s nest in the Colorado Rockies. Flexen struggled this year with a 2-8 record and 6.86 ERA.
The White Sox starting lineup is in the lower division of the Major League Baseball. They acquired Michael Soroka and Jared Schuster in trade to existing starting agents Dylan Cice, Michael Kopech, Tookie Toussaint and Jesse Scholten, but they wanted a more solid starting pitcher.
The White Sox acquired Pedi in early December for a two-year, $15 million deal. Pedi went 20-6 with a 2.00 ERA and 209 strikeouts while playing for the NC Dinosaurs of the KBO League this year, and he wore the White Sox uniform while receiving “three first-round issue treatment.”