Cole Hamels (40), a left-handed pitcher with 163 wins in his career, but who has rarely pitched recently, will try to make a comeback with the San Diego Padres.토토사이트
Reporter Mark Finesand of MLB.com reported on the 17th (Korean time) that Hamels had agreed to a minor league contract with San Diego.
Debuting with the Philadelphia Phillies in 2006, Hamels recorded 263 wins, 122 losses, and an ERA of 3.43 in 423 games and 2698 innings. He is the 5th team in his career after the Philadelphia, Texas Rangers, Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers.
He recorded double-digit victories for six consecutive years from 2007 to 2012 and was selected as an All-Star four times in his career (2007, 2011, 2012, and 2016). He led Philadelphia to a World Series victory in 2008 and even won the MVP award.
However, he went 7-7 with a 3.81 earned run average with the Atlanta Braves in 2019 and was out for the 2020 season due to a shoulder injury. In 2021, he spent without a team and belatedly signed a contract with the Dodgers, but the store was closed again due to the recurrence of shoulder pain.
He underwent surgeries on his left shoulder, right knee, and left foot last year, but showed a willingness to extend his active career and is aiming for a comeback in San Diego.
The San Diego field team includes Manny Machado, Juan Soto, Fernando Tatis Jr., and newly acquired Xander Bogatz. Although he is a luxurious member, it is evaluated that the selection team is rather poor. In addition to Darvish Yu, Blake Snell, and Joe Musgrove, Seth Lugo, Nick Martinez, and Adrian Morejon are expected to compete for starting positions. In addition, they recently brought in Michael Waka, a veteran starter with a career of 74 wins, and even Hamels for insurance purposes.