Catcher Gary Sanchez, who became the Journeyman, will have a meal with Kim Ha-seong (San Diego Padres).

“Sanchez is expected to sign with San Diego on Tuesday,” reported, citing sources. No official announcement from the club has yet been made.

Sanchez has played in 669 career Major League games, batting .225 with a .777 OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage).토토사이트

The former two-time All-Star and Silver Slugger winner was once a highly regarded catcher, but his performance has gone downhill since 2020.

He signed a minor league deal with the San Francisco Giants in April, but failed to make the big leagues and was back on the market, joining the New York Mets but being designated for assignment after three games in the majors.

If the San Diego signing becomes official, it will be the third time he has changed teams this season.

The Padres reached out to Sanchez because they’re having issues at catcher. Starting catcher Austin Nola is batting just .131 in 39 games, and backup Brett Sullivan is struggling at .170 in 21 games. Luis Camposano is out long-term with a finger injury. San Diego solves its catcher problem by signing Sanchez.

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