‘Ganken’ Seattle trades Cy Young Award Ray to San Francisco… Seattle accepts Hanniger and Desclafani plus cash

Seattle Mariners and San Francisco Giants agreed to an unexpected trade.

ESPN and other U.S. media reported on the 6th (Korea time) that the Mariners and Giants agreed to a trade to send left-handed pitcher Robbie Ray to the Giants and outfielder Mitch Hanniger and right-hander Anthony Desclafani to the Mariners.

Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic said the Mariners are in a separate deal with the Tampa Bay Rays.

Ray won the American League Cy Young Award with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2021, which signed him to a five-year, $115 million contract with the Mariners. He had the right to opt out after three seasons 헤라카지노.

In his first year with Seattle, he pitched relatively well with 32 starts and an ERA of 3.71. He walked 8 percent and struck out 27.4 percent.

However, after playing only once in 2023, he underwent elbow surgery and was out of the season.

Despite Ray’s absence, the Seattle rotation did well. Lewis Castillo, Logan Gilbert and George Kirby prospects Bryce Miller, Emerson Hancock and Brian Woo threw well.

All six of them are still under the control of the club in 2024. They can afford to trade Ray. They can also save money.

For the Giants, the 2023 rotation was evaluated as inconsistent.

According to MLBTR, Logan Webb and Alex Cobb were the main players, but Ross Stripling, Alex Wood, Sean Manaea, and Desclafani were injured or sluggish. As a result, it is possible to secure a solid starting pitcher Ray and build a sense of stability in the rotation.

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