‘Brazer Release’ 2018 WS Championship 2 Members Left in Boston

Is the time of glory over?

American sports channel ESPN reported on the 22nd (Korean time) that the Boston Red Sox club released right-handed pitcher Ryan Brazer (36). Brazer was recently treated as a designated for assignment (DFA · Designated for Assignment), and a question mark was put on his move, and the final decision was made to sort out his relationship with Boston.

Brazier started out of the bullpen in 20 games this season, posting an ERA of 7.29 with 1 loss, 1 hold and 1 save. In 2018, when Boston won the World Series (WS), he served as the bullpen’s key man with an ERA of 1 point, but his performance has repeatedly deteriorated in recent years. Last year, 68 games and an average ERA of 5.78 were not good.메이저사이트

What makes Brazer’s release interesting is the composition of Boston’s roster. ESPN said, “As Brazer left the team, only left-handed pitcher Chris Sale and third baseman Rafael Devers remained as members at the time of the 2018 WS championship.”

Boston won the championship in 2018 by beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 in the WS. At that time, the main members were Mookie Betts (LA Dodgers), Xander Bogatz (San Diego Padres), Andrew Benintendi (Chicago White Sox), JD Martinez (Dodgers), and Christian Vazquez (Minnesota Twins). Boston, which has accelerated roster reorganization in recent years, is in fourth place in the American League East this season.

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