Will the Texas Rangers, which won its first World Series title last year, recruit a 39-year-old veteran to fill the back door? News has spread about the recruitment of David Robertson (39).월카지노
The New York Post, a local media outlet in New York, said on the 26th (Korea time) that Texas expressed interest in recruiting Robertson in the free agency market.
Initially, Texas was known to be interested in Josh Hader (30), the biggest reliever in the FA market, but the contract was not executed.
Since then, Texas has expressed interest in recruiting experienced Robertson. However, Hader and Robertson are not pitchers that can be compared to each other.
Of course, Robertson also once played as a top-class closer, and last year, he recorded a 2.05 ERA in 44 innings for the New York Mets.
However, after moving to the Miami Marlins last year, he pitched 211/3 innings in 22 games, and his performance deteriorated very badly with a 5.06 ERA.
Robertson, in particular, will turn 39 in the 2024 season. He is at an age when his performance can deteriorate at any time. As a result, the Texas Rangers contract proposal is not expected to exceed one year.
Robertson was at his peak when he was a set-up man for the New York Yankees in the early 2010s. At that time, Robertson was a reliable man with an ERA of around one point.
He pitched 802/3 innings in 793 games over his 15-year career in the Major League, recording 63-42-175 saves and 2.90 ERA. He has 1,055 strikeouts.