The Boston Red Sox, who need to strengthen their left-handed bullpen, are paying attention to Matt Moore (34).
On the 27th (Korean time), Chris Cotillo of Mathlive.com in the US said on his personal social media (SNS) that ‘Boston checked Moore’. Moore, who played for the Texas Rangers last season, was released as a free agent after the season and is currently looking for a new team.
Boston is in desperate need of a left-handed bullpen reinforcement. They recently used Josh Taylor as a trade card and traded veteran Matt Barnes for transfer. Yahoo Sports said, “Currently, there is only one left-handed bullpen that will be registered on the expected Opening Day roster, Joely Rodriguez.” Boston brought in bullpen pitchers like Kenley Jensen and Chris Martin during the offseason, but unfortunately most of the resources were right-handed. 카지노
Moore was once a left-handed starting pitcher representing Major League Baseball (MLB). He played in the Tampa Bay Race, where he won 11 wins in 2012 and 17 wins in 2013, putting him in the spotlight. However, he has had his ups and downs since he was traded to the San Francisco Giants in August 2016. In 2017, he suffered 15 losses (6 wins) and was sluggish with an earned run average in the 5-point range. His position was narrowed due to overlapping injuries, and in December 2019, he signed a contract with the Softbank Hawks of Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) and ran for a year (6-3, 2.65 ERA). In February 2021, he transferred to the Philadelphia Phillies and returned to the big leagues. In his last season, he switched to pitching in the bullpen at Texas and had a successful year. He appeared in 63 games, where he went 5-2 with 14 holds and 5 saves with a 1.95 earned run average.
Moore’s MLB career record is 61-62 with 18 holds and 5 saves with a 4.45 ERA. He is currently classified as a ‘great fish’ among the left-handed bullpens of unsigned free agents.