Dreaming of AGAIN 2020… SF scratches former KBO RBI lottery ticket.

The San Francisco Giants scratch the lottery ticket called Darin Rough (37).

On the 9th (Korean time), San Francisco announced on the club’s official SNS that it had signed a minor league contract with Rough. Ruff has not been able to find a new team since his former team, the New York Mets, took the transfer player designation (DFA) action on the 28th of last month. He struggled to get back to work, but he found a place to live in about two weeks while wearing a San Francisco uniform.

Ruff played eight seasons (2012–2016, 2020–2022) 토토사이트of his major league career. During his big league hiatus, he played for three years in the KBO League Samsung Lions. In the 2017 season, he experienced Korean baseball and grew, recording the RBI record with 124 RBIs.

For the 2020 season, Ruff signed with San Francisco and headed to the United States. At the time, he signed a minor league contract that included an invitation to spring training, so he was not guaranteed to enter the major leagues. However, Ruff proved his ability during spring training. He played in 16 games with a batting average of 0.364 (12-for-33), 3 homers, 9 RBIs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 1.253 to join the opening roster.

After puncturing the needle, Ruff energized his lineup by playing first base and corner outfield. In the 2020 season, which was played in a shortened season (60 games), he recorded a batting average of 0,276 (24 hits in 87 at-bats), 5 home runs, 18 RBIs, and an OPS of 0.887.

Last season, Ruff was sluggish with a batting average of 0.204 (68 hits in 334 at-bats), 11 homers, 45 RBIs, and an OPS of 0.645 in 119 games through San Francisco and the Mets. He suffered injuries to several parts, including his neck and wrist. He is also concerned about deterioration at a considerable age. But it’s still an attractive card. In particular, there are clear advantages, such as recording a career batting average of 0.272 and an OPS of 0.890 against left-handed pitchers.

San Francisco is once again looking forward to Ruff’s talent. Dreaming of the 2020 season, which helped the team a lot, scratch the lottery ticket called rough.

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