How does it affect Kim Ha-sung, a typhoon in the shortstop trade market?
The possibility of trading for Cleveland Indians starting shortstop Francisco Lindore, 27, has never been greater.
Yahoo Sports, a U.S. media outlet, said on the 24th (Korean time), “It is not a day or two that the story of the Lindor trade came out, but considering Cleveland’s financial situation, it is highly likely to be a trade this winter.” “Lindor has only one year left until the FA, but like Mookie Betts, who signed a 12-year, $365 million extension contract with the Dodgers after the trade, he could sign a large extension contract after the trade,” he predicted.
The candidates for Lindor’s destination, predicted by Yahoo Sports, are the New York Mets, the New York Yankees, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Philadelphia Phillies and the Toronto Blue Jays. Except for Toronto, most of them are big market teams that are regrettable for their shortstop positions.
In the Mets’ case, Ahmed Rosario and Andres Jimenez are already shortstop, but they are difficult to compare with Lindor. In addition, new owner Steven Cohen has a strong will to invest, so there is a good chance that he could renew his contract 토토사이트
The Yankees and Dodgers are rich clubs that don’t need words. The two teams, which are always involved in the rumor of a superstar recruitment, each have a remarkable shortstop, Glaver Torres and Corey Seager. However, the Yankees, which have not won the World Series since 2009, have a great desire to win, and the Dodgers can move to third base if third baseman Justin Turner is released to the FA and Lindor comes.
Philadelphia, whose main shortstop Didi Gregorius was released as an FA, is one of the best clubs for Lindor. In particular, Dave Dombroski, who took office as the new president, has a strong tendency to maximize the team’s power by attracting star players.
Toronto, where key prospects have made their big league debut and started to run for the World Series, also has a shortstop Bobichet, but if Lindor comes, they can move to third base. Besides Ryu, there is a good chance that he will sign an extension contract with Lindor if he wants to.
Major shortstop Lindorr’s expected destination is also the candidate teams to recruit Kiwoom Heroes’ Kim Ha-sung, who is seeking to advance to the Major League by posting. Naturally, Kim Ha-sung’s contract will be greatly influenced by Lindor’s future.
Big market clubs such as the Mets, Yankees, and Dodgers are expected to prefer proven veterans to Kim Ha-sung, a promising player that has yet to be verified in Major League Baseball. It is also unlikely that Kim Ha-sung will turn his eyes to Lindor because he already has decent shortstop players.
On the contrary, Kim Ha-sung, who can be recruited by clubs such as Philadelphia and Toronto with relatively small contracts, may be in favor of him. Philadelphia is not a small-market club, but it said it will keep the Payroll within its proper range due to the Corona 19 aftermath. Toronto is also an unfamiliar team that is not used to spending so much money that Ryu Hyun-jin signed a four-year, 80 million-dollar contract last year, which is the third-largest contract in the club’s history.
Kim Ha-sung will be able to negotiate with Major League Baseball teams until 7 a.m. on January 2 next year. If there are many shortstop players left in the market by the deadline for the deal, there is room for other shortstop rather than recruiting Kim Ha-sung, but teams such as Toronto, which are difficult to recruit, are expected to actively negotiate with Kim Ha-sung.
Amid the slow progress of the Stove League in the aftermath of Corona 19, many fans are paying attention to whether Kim Ha-sung will be able to make it to the Major League.