‘Huh~ Thank God’ Texas, deGrom-Evoldi, success in the minors

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This winter, good news came to the Texas Rangers, who invested heavily to strengthen their starting lineup. Two starting pitchers have completed minor league appearances.

The Athletic reported on the 14th (Korean time) that Jacob deGrom (35) and Nathan Eboldi (33) were on the minor league double-A and triple-A mounds, respectively.

According to this, deGrom threw 24 pitches (20 strikes) in 2 innings, recording 1 hit and 1 run. He had no walks, and struck out five.

DeGrom’s one run was a home run. However, this home run is an inside-park home run. DeGrom’s best arrest of the day is not known.

Eboldi also pitched two innings. He threw 29 balls (22 strikes) in 2 innings, giving up 2 hits and no runs. He also did not walk, striking out two.

Now,토토사이트 it seems that the two pitchers will soon join the major league demonstration game and increase the pitching innings. There are still 15 days left until the start of the regular season. Enough to increase the number of innings pitched.

Texas signed deGrom to a five-year, $185 million deal this winter, and Eboldi to a two-year, $34 million contract. Both players have problems with their physical condition.

There were many voices of concern about this. However, it seems that the two players will be included in Texas’ opening roster for the 2023 season without much difficulty.

Texas is envisioning a major league-top starting lineup that will lead to DeGrom, Eboldi, Andrew Heaney, John Gray, and Martin Perez for the 2023 season.

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