Reporter Lee Myung-dong = ‘Red Sox One Clubman’ Matt Barnes (32) is traded to the Miami Marlins of the Major League (MLB) and moves his team.
On the 30th (local time), MLB.com reported that Matt Barnes was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Miami Marlins. Boston receives left-hander Richard Blair (35) from the Marlins.
Barnes was removed from the 40-man roster by the Boston Red Sox and was designated for transfer (DFA). It is known that Boston needed space to recruit outfielder Adam Duvall (34), who came out as a free agent. Boston signed a one-year, $7 million (approximately 8.6 billion won) contract with Duval on the 24th. 토토사이트
Barnes was drafted in the first round by the Red Sox in 2011. He made his big-league debut in September 2014 and has been a solid midfielder.
In the 2018 World Series, he faced 10 batters in 3 games and 2⅓ innings, striking out 4 and not giving up an earned run. The team won the World Series.
He started with 16 holds in 2016 and raised more than 20 holds every year from 2017 to 2019. He also recorded 24 saves while raising an average ERA of 3.79 with 6 wins and 5 losses in 60 games as a finishing pitcher in the last 2021 season.
However, he performed less than expected the following season. He played in 44 games in the last 2022 season and recorded 4 losses, 4 holds, 8 saves and an earned run average of 4.31 without a win.
Barnes, who spent the 2014-2022 season with the Boston Red Sox, recorded 431⅔ innings, 32 wins, 30 losses, 47 saves and 99 holds, and an average ERA of 4.07. He struck out 556 batters.