33 home runs → 10/4 drop → FA… Still, I’ll make 8 billion next year

 Free agent catcher Mike Zunino (31) made a new nest.

Major League Baseball’s official website (MLB.com) reported on the 14th (hereinafter Korean time) that “the Cleveland Guardians have agreed to a free agent contract with Zunino for 6 million dollars (approximately 7.8 billion won) for one year.” 메이저놀이터

Zunino, who made his major league debut with the Seattle Mariners in 2013, started with 22 home runs in 2014 and hit 20 home runs in 2018, hitting double-digit home runs for five consecutive years. Zunino, who was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays after the 2018 season, had a batting average of .216 last year, but was honored to be selected as an All-Star by marking the first 30 home runs in his career with 33 homers and 62 RBIs.

However, he had his worst season this year. He played in only 36 games and his batting average plummeted to .148. His home runs also plummeted to five. All 16 RBIs. Zunino’s career record in the major leagues is a batting average of .200 with 146 homers and 361 RBIs.

Junino has a task to prove that he is healthy. He was operated on this year with thoracic perforation syndrome. His last game of the season was against the St. Louis Cardinals on June 10.

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