Yankees outfielder Benin Tendi Ferralta is paying attention to Gallo’s slump
The New York Yankees, which are aiming to win the World Series with an overwhelming 70 percent winning rate, want to reinforce the outfield.
New York Post columnist John Hayman said on the 11th (Korea Standard Time), “The Yankees are reorganizing the outfield. Sources say they are interested in recruiting outfielder Andrew Benintendi. We also discussed trading Joey Gallo to another team.
Gallo wore the Yankees uniform ahead of last year’s trade deadline. He recorded a high OPS despite his low batting average due to his unique slugging power and on-base percentage. On top of that, he expressed satisfaction with his good defense.
But this season is a different story. His batting average dropped further to 0.166, and his 10 home runs and OPS was only 0.629. As a result, the Yankees are looking for a new outfielder 코인파워볼
Benin Tendi has a low home run with a batting average of 0.317 with three home runs and an OPS of 0.790, but has become the only All-Star in the team with a high batting average. As a result, many teams are watching him
The Yankees are watching Benin Tendi as well as other outfielder resources. Bob Nightingale, a reporter for “USA Today,” said, “If the Yankees fail to recruit Benin Tendi, they will recruit David Peralta of the Arizona Diamondbacks.”
Ferralta has a batting average of 0.2411 home runs, 36 RBIs and OPS 0.759 this season, and will become an FA at the end of this season. Peralta, 34, is considered enough to reinforce the outfield as it will cost less money and rewards than Benin Tendi