Hello and nice Tuesday.
On Monday, after much speculation, the San Francisco Giants sold the contract of the left-handed starting mug Andrew Suárez to the LG Twins of the KBO. The move opened up a place on the 40-man squad for catcher Curt Casali, who signed a one-year contract with the club.
Andrew Suárez had his contract sold to the KBO’s LG Twins to make room for Casali on the squad.
– Melissa Lockard (@melissalockard) January 4, 2021
Suárez was a second-round election in 2015 and made his MLB debut in 2018. In three years at the MLB level, he had an ERA of 4.66, an FIP of 4.60 and 65 runs to 160 deflections in 202.2 innings. He still had options, but it was perfectly clear that the current Giants regime wasn’t very high on him.
Good luck at KBO, Andrew.
Old, random MCC article for you to read
Madison Bumgarner Throws Dominant One-Hitter, Giants Win (Aug 26, 2014 – Grant Brisbee)
How many days until the opening day?
There are still 86 days until the opening day.
I wish you all a good Tuesday.