This time, a left-handed pitcher appears?… Former colleague Shin-soo Choo participated in the camp as a pitcher

Correspondent Yoon-Jun Ko = Ronald Guzman, who signed a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants a few weeks ago, will try to double as a pitcher.

‘The Athletic’ reporter Grant Brisby announced the list of invited players for San Francisco’s spring camp on the 7th (Korean time). This included Guzman, who was named both a pitcher and a hitter. 먹튀검증

Guzman made his debut with the Texas Rangers in 2018, and at the time, he was known to domestic fans by eating rice with Choo Shin-soo.

He hit 16 home runs in his first year of debut and was expected to become Texas’ new first baseman, but the number of home runs plummeted from the 2020 season, and he was eventually released after the 2021 season.

Last year he signed a minor league contract with the New York Yankees and was called up after starting first baseman Anthony Rizzo was injured. However, Guzman didn’t get a chance, and he left the team alone without reporting a hit in three games.

This offseason, he signed a contract with San Francisco, and started a new challenge as a pitcher. In the video released on the same day, Guzman’s strong ball with his left hand was revealed, and he showed that his speed was sufficient by spraying 96 mph of fast ball, 92 mile of slider, and 84 mile of changeup.

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s first base spot is uncertain. Lamonte Wade Jr. and JD Davis will likely share first base, but Guzman’s role is also important. It is expected that he will be called up after starting out as a pitching player in Triple A.

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