David Peralta, who hit 110 homers in 9 major league seasons, wears a LA Dodgers uniform.
The US’ Major League Trade Rumors (MLBTR) reported on the 11th (Korean time), “The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to a one-year contract with David Peralta.” Peralta’s contract is for one year and the amount is 6.5 million dollars (approximately 8.2 billion won). Peralta can receive up to $8 million (approximately 10.1 billion won)온라인카지노 if all options are satisfied.
Peralta made his major league debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014. Peralta started showing off his talent with 94 hits, 8 home runs, a batting average of 0.286 OPS and 0.770 in 88 games in his debut season. And he succeeded in becoming a starting player in 2015, recording 144 hits, 17 homers, 78 RBIs and a batting average of 0.312 OPS of 0.893 in 149 games.
In 2018, he took part in 146 games and shot 30 home runs, including 164 hits, 87 RBIs, 75 runs, a batting average of 0.293 OPS and 0.868, rewriting most of the offensive indicators and holding the National League Silver Slugger in his arms. And in the 2019 season, he only played 99 games, but he showed off great defense and even won a Gold Glove.
Peralta, who has been playing in Arizona since his major league debut, transferred to the Tampa Bay Rays through a trade last season while recording 12 home runs and an OPS of 0.777 in 87 games. As he was ahead of free agency, his performance after the transfer was important, but Peralta left a rather disappointing performance with a batting average of 0.255 OPS and 0.652 without a home run in 47 games.
The Dodgers, who were worried about a corner outfielder, eased their worries a little by acquiring Peralta. Peralta can play any outfield, but he played the most games as a left fielder (717 games) during his nine years in the major leagues. ‘MLBTR’ pointed out that “Peralta could be an option in the corner outfield, which looked quite uncertain except for Mookie Betts.”
Then, ‘MLBTR’ said, “The Dodgers have acquired Peralta, one of the best players left in the free agent market. As Peralta heads to the Dodgers, Juryx Profar, Taylor Naquin and Ben Gamel remain The number of outfielders in the free agent market has declined further.”