Gold Glove (GG) outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. (33)’s fall without wings is repeated.
The Kansas City Royals officially released Bradley Jr. on the 17th (Korean time). Bradley Jr. was treated as a designated for assignment (DFA) on the 13th, and his future was marked with a question mark. He joined Kansas City on a minor league contract in January and even made appearances in the big leagues, but was classified as out of power after a terrible slump. Bradley Jr.’s batting record for the season was 43 games, a batting average of 0.133 (14 hits in 105 at-bats), 1 home run and 6 RBIs. He has a low OPS of 0.397 combined with on-base percentage (0.188) and slugging percentage (0.212).스포츠토토
Jackie Bradley Jr., whose batting average was only 0.196 in the last four years. Getty Images
Bradley Jr., who debuted with the Boston Red Sox in 2013, was selected as an All-Star. His batting average that year was 0.267 with 26 homers and 87 RBIs. In 2018 he was awarded the American League (AL) Outfielder’s GG Award. He was once one of the outfielders representing the big leagues, but his career took a sharp turn after moving to the Milwaukee Brewers in March 2021. In December 2021, I wore the Boston uniform again with a trade.
However, it was at the level of his irreversibility. He went through the Toronto Blue Jays and settled in Kansas Tee with difficulty, and there was no rebound this time either. Bradley Jr.’s career (11 years) is a batting average of 0.225, 109 homers and 449 RBIs in 1181 games. In the first 7 years of his debut, his batting average was 0.236, 91 home runs and 354 RBIs. His performance in the last four years is a batting average of 0.196, 18 home runs and 95 RBIs, and the goal is deep.
Meanwhile, Kansas City signed a minor league contract with infielder Adeini Echevaria, who played in the independent league, in line with the release of Bradley Jr. Echevaria is a veteran of nine years in the big leagues.