Veteran reliever Craig Stamman will wear the San Diego Padres uniform again.
Reporter Dennis Lin of ‘The Athletic’ said on the 12th (Korean time), “According to sources, San Diego has agreed to a minor league contract with Stammen. He will be heading into his 7th spring camp in San Diego and returning to San Diego.”
Stammen made his debut with the Washington Nationals in 2009, and after seven years, joined San Diego on a minor contract in 2017. He stayed with San Diego until last year, and played a key role in many games.
He recorded 55 wins, 44 losses, 3.66 ERA, 108 holds, 6 saves and 743 strikeouts in 562 games. Last year, he went 1-2 with a 4.43 ERA, 2 holds and 35 strikeouts. 카지노사이트.
Stammen, who turns 39 before Opening Day, still looks to be a useful resource in the San Diego bullpen. He went to and from both the winning and losing groups, and even climbed the starting mound as an opener.
First of all, as it is a minor league contract, it seems that he will have to show good performance in spring camp. However, in his seventh season at San Diego, both the front and coaching staff know him well, so he’s expected to land a spot on the big-league roster with ease.