The San Diego Padres, who have spent more than $700 million on three players this offseason, look set to be in for a real money feast.토토사이트

The New York Post, a media outlet in New York, reported on the 3rd (Korean time) that San Diego is aiming to sign Juan Soto (25) and Josh Hader (29).

According to this, Zander Bogatz (31), who signed an 11-year, $280 million contract with San Diego last winter, told Soto, “San Diego will give you a bigger amount.”

In addition, Bogatz said, “Given Soto’s skills and age, it is difficult to imagine the total amount.”

Soto and Hader appear to be content with San Diego’s commitment. Soto and Hader said they would “listen to San Diego’s offer.”

Originally, when San Diego signed with Darvish Yu (37) and Manny Machado (31) after bringing Bogatz, it was expected that they would give up holding Soto in the future.

It’s because it’s that hard to sit down with Soto, which has the best value. However, San Diego seems to be preparing a feast for money that goes beyond the New York Mets’ Steve Cohen.

Soto is the best hitting player in the major leagues. He was relatively sluggish last year, but in the 2021 season he has already risen to second place in the National League Most Valuable Player (MVP).

Dan Soto has already turned down a 15-year, $444 million contract offer from the Washington Nationals. I guess what kind of contract San Diego will need to sign Soto.

Hader also rode a big rollercoaster last year with the Milwaukee Brewers and San Diego, but showed signs of recovery with an ERA of 0.87 in 11 games played in September.

Afterwards, Hader played five postseason games and announced a perfect revival, recording an average ERA of 0.00 with 1 hit and 10 strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings.

There is a difference in the timing of the two players acquiring free agency (FA) player qualifications. Soto could be on the market after the 2024 season, and Hader after the 2023 season.

Attention is focusing on whether San Diego, which has already invested an astronomical amount, will be able to capture Soto and Hader and become the strongest team in the major leagues.

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