With the Major League Baseball FA market moving slowly, two FA starters who couldn’t find the team had an open training session in front of the clubs.
Major League Baseball columnist Robert Murray said on the 24th (Korea Standard Time) that two pitchers, Michael Lorenzen (32) and Noah Syndergaard (31), had an open training session in California last Tuesday local time.헤라카지노
According to the report, the two played bullpen pitching in the presence of 16 club officials.
His assessment is that both players were impressive. Syndergaard, in particular, had a speed of 93 to 95 miles.
Both have CAA Sports as their agencies. It seems that the fact that the two players conducted public training together has nothing to do with this.
Lorenzen went 9-9 with a 4.18 ERA in 29 appearances and 153 innings for two Detroit Tigers and Philadelphia Phillies last season.
On August 9, his second game since moving to Philadelphia, he achieved a no-hitter by walking four, striking out five and allowing no hits in nine innings at home against the Washington Nationals.
However, he has been sluggish with a 7.96 ERA in five starts since then and finished the season in the bullpen.
During the nine seasons in the Major League, he pitched in 342 games, recording 40 wins and 38 losses with an ERA of 4.11. This is a unique case in which he started his career as a starter, converted to a bullpen, and returned to the starting lineup.
Syndergaard once led the starting rotation of the New York Mets, nicknamed “Thor,” but has yet to regain his old form since Tommy John surgery in 2020.
In the 2023 season, he pitched in 18 games and pitched 882/3 innings for both the Los Angeles Dodgers and Cleveland Guardians, recording 5 wins, 2 losses and a 4.12 ERA.
He pitched in 164 games in eight seasons in the Major League, recording 59 wins and 48 losses with a 3.71 ERA.