Dugger released from SSG, minor contract with MLB Auckland

Dugger kicked out of SSG Landers

Right-handed pitcher Robert Dugger (28), who was released from professional baseball’s SSG Landers after a severe slump, signed a minor league contract with American professional baseball’s Oakland Athletics.

Major League TradeRumors.com, which reports transfer news in American professional baseball, said on the 19th (Korean time), “Dugger moved to the rookie league after signing with Oakland,” and added, “After checking his physical condition, he returned to the high-level minor league.” “We will move,” he said. 안전놀이터

The media also analyzed, “Dugger performed poorly in the KBO League, but considering his performance in the United States in 2023, he could help Oakland’s collapsed starting lineup.

Oakland’s team ERA this season is 4.42, ranking 23rd among 30 Major League Baseball (MLB) clubs.

The starting lineup collapsed to the point that only one player had an ERA of 4 or less after completing the required number of innings. 슬롯사이트

Auckland, a small market club, looked for starting resources that could be utilized with a small investment, and signed Dugger, who became an invincible player.

Dugger appeared in 27 career big league games. In 2023, he went 7-10 with a 4.31 ERA in minor league Triple-A.

This year, I had the worst time as I was beaten in every game I played on the Korean stage.

Dugger, who had 3 losses and an ERA of 12.71 in 6 games, left for the United States after being released on the 27th of last month.

Korean hitter Park Hyo-jun plays for Oakland’s minor league Triple A team. 토토사이트 추천

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