Will Darin Ruff (New York Mets), who suffered a lot of damage to his pride due to his lower-than-expected performance, succeed in restoring his honor this season? 메이저사이트
Ruff had a batting average of .204 (68 hits in 334 bats), 11 homers, 45 RBIs and 52 runs in 118 games last year. After he traded from the San Francisco Giants to the New York Mets, he accepted a shabby record with a batting average of 1.5 2 Lee (10-for-66) with 7 RBI and 6 runs scored.
Given this situation, Ruff’s outlook for this season is pessimistic. There was even a report that the club was preparing an alternative to rough.
On the 23rd (hereinafter referred to as Korean time), according to the New York regional radio station ‘WFAN’, Ruff looked back on last year and confessed, “I think trade during the season is difficult for anyone.”
The media said, “Ruff hopes to take on the designated hitter this season,” and “is undergoing injection treatment to relieve pain in his right wrist that has plagued him for years.” He also added, “Ruff, who has only trained defensively, wants to start hitting training this weekend. He is not too concerned about wrist pain.”
Ruff played for the Samsung Lions for three years from 2017. In 2017, he also led the team in RBI (124). He returned to the big leagues after signing a minor contract with San Francisco in 2020, and played a major role in 2021 with a .
He also signed a multi-year contract with San Francisco in March last year. He received an annual salary of $3 million each from 2022 to 2023 and included a team option for a salary of $3.5 million in 2024. If he does not exercise the option, he receives a buyout amount of $250,000. He signed a two-year contract for $6.25 million and a maximum three-year contract for $9.5 million, but his performance plummeted last year.
Can the rough show a different look this season, which left sluggish results due to an unexpected trade and wrist pain?