Optimized for robotic umpiring, the pitching is just as good

The Samsung Lions signed a new foreign pitcher, Denny Reyes, on Thursday. Reyes signed a contract worth $800,000, including a $100,000 signing bonus, $500,000 in salary, and a $200,000 option.

Reyes, a 27-year-old Dominican native born in 1996, is considered to be a competitive pitcher in the KBO, which is dominated by left-handed hitters due to his outstanding physical attributes at 193 centimeters tall and 115 kilograms.

He appeared in nine games (three starts) in the major leagues with the New York Mets last season, and has pitched 91⅔ innings in 20 games (18 starts) in the minor leagues. He has a fastball that averages 147 mph and tops out at 150 mph, a slider, a changeup, a cutter, and a variety of other pitches that are optimized for robotic umpiring.

His WHIP and BB/9, 온라인카지노 two of the most important indicators of a pitcher’s stability, are excellent. In the minor leagues, Reyes has a career WHIP (walks allowed per inning) of 1.13, showing his ability to run a steady game, and a BB/9 (walks allowed per nine innings) of 1.6.

Buchanan, who has been on the mound for the Samsung Lions for the past four years, recently rejected the club’s final offer while considering a move to the Major Leagues.

Meanwhile, Samsung has completed its roster of foreign players.

Earlier, the team signed infielder David McKinnon and pitcher Connor Seabold.

In his big league debut, McKinnon played for the Los Angeles Angels and Oakland Athletics, batting just 1-for-14 (7-for-50) with six RBIs and two runs scored. In 357 career minor league games, he batted .294 (1247-for-367) with 36 home runs, 210 RBI, 212 runs scored, and an OPS of .875.

Last year, he played for the Seibu Lions of Nippon Professional Baseball. In 127 games, he batted .259 (120-for-464) with 17 home runs, 53 RBIs and 53 runs scored. “McKinnon is a medium-to-long range right-handed hitter with a good leadoff stroke and excellent contact ability who can play solid first and third base defense,” the club said.

“With his diligent work ethic and Japanese baseball experience, he is expected to adapt quickly to the KBO,” the club said. “His addition will provide us with infield versatility and strengthen our center field lineup.”

A former big leaguer, Seabold, born in 1996, is a right-handed orthodox right-hander with excellent hardware at 6-foot-3, 200 pounds who has played for the Philadelphia Phillies and Colorado Rockies.

He made 27 starts for Colorado last year, 에볼루션 바카라사이트 going 1-7 with a 7.52 ERA and 1.65 WHIP in 87 1/3 innings, and was 13-7 with a 4.13 ERA and 1.24 WHIP in his Triple-A career.

According to the team, “Seabold has a strong fastball that averages in the high 90s, along with a complete arsenal of pitches including a changeup and slider. He has excellent command of the left and right sides of the strike zone, and we expect him to be a key part of our starting rotation with his strong command and reliable delivery.”

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