Toronto recruits first baseman belt who led SF dynasty… 1 year, $9.3 million contract

The Toronto Blue Jays have signed veteran first baseman Brandon Belt.

‘San Francisco Chronicle’ reporter Susan Slusher said on the 10th (Korean time), “According to sources, Toronto will sign a one-year contract with Belt. The transaction will be officially announced on the 11th.” The contract was reported as a $9.3 million contract.

He said, “The San Francisco Giants, the original team, also talked to him, but Toronto moved quickly and concluded the contract. The medical test has been completed, and his knee, which was a chronic disease, has returned to perfect condition.”

Belt was a franchise star who debuted in the big leagues in 2011 and played in a San Francisco uniform until last year. He recorded a career batting average of 0.261, 175 homers, 584 RBIs, and an OPS of 0.814, and harvested two championship rings in 2012 and 2014 with the All-Stars.

Last year, he had a batting average of 0.213, 8 homers, 23 RBIs, and an OPS of 0.676. A right knee injury ended his season early. Belt underwent knee surgery and is now said to be fully recovered.

Toronto was in a situation where most players in the infield were right-handed hitters, and the left and right balance was out of balance. Belt and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. are expected to share first base, while the other player is expected to take turns as designated hitter.

Meanwhile, in San Francisco, only one member of the “Miracle in Even Years” championship, Brandon Crawford, is left with the belt leaving San Francisco. Without additional signings, it seems that Lamonte Wade Jr. will take over the starting first base spot. 메이저사이트

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