Unfinished Investment’ Mets Recruit ‘Former Colleague Ha-Sung Kim & 119 Home Run Outfielder’ Farm

The New York Mets have acquired an outfielder with long hitting power.

MLB.com reported on the 19th (hereinafter Korean time), “The Mets have signed a contract with outfielder Tommy Pham.” If there are no abnormalities in the results of the physical examination, an official announcement from the club will be made. The terms of the contract are $6 million (approximately 7.38 billion won) per year. 먹튀검증

Pham made his big league debut in 2014 in a St. Louis Cardinals uniform. He later played for the Tampa Bay Rays, San Diego Padres, and last season for the Cincinnati Reds and Boston Red Sox.

MLB.com said, “Palm spent time last season with Cincinnati and Boston, batting 2.34 with an on-base percentage of .312 and a slugging percentage of .374 in 144 games. He hit 17 home runs and scored 63 RBIs.”

Pham is an outfielder who has played 876 games in 9 major league seasons and recorded a career batting average of .259 with 114 homers and 363 RBIs. In 2021, he played together as a teammate of Ha-Sung Kim in San Diego.

The Mets have not caught Carlos Correa, the biggest free agent player, this offseason. He tried to recruit, but gave up after a physical examination revealed a problem with his right ankle.

However, he took an aggressive move this winter with the support of owner Steve Cohen. Ace Jacob deGrom, who became a free agent, was taken away by the Texas Rangers, but another Cy Young Award pitcher, Justin Verlander, was acquired.

In addition, the Mets are considered favorites to win the World Series as they signed closer Edwin Diaz, who was released as a free agent, and renewed contracts with center fielder Brandon Nemo, as well as starting pitchers Senga Godai, Jose Quintana, and reliever David Robertson.

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