‘Choo Shin-soo and Rice in a Bowl’ ML 15th season shortstop reunites with CWS… $3 million per year


 Free agent shortstop Elvis Andrews is returning to the Chicago White Sox.

‘ESPN’ reporter Jeff Passan reported on the 20th (Korean time), “According to sources, the White Sox have agreed to a one-year contract with Andrews, and the medical test is left.” Here, ‘USA Today’ reporter Bob Nightingale confirmed that the contract is a $3 million contract.

Andrews is a veteran shortstop who debuted with the Texas Rangers in 2009. He had a career batting average of 0.270, 96 homers, 1,997 hits, 731 RBIs, and 1,019 runs for an OPS of 0.697.온라인카지노

In particular, he made his name known to domestic fans as he played with Choo Shin-soo (now SSG Landers), who joined Texas as a free agent.

He was subsequently traded to the Oakland Athletics and then to the White Sox last season. In the White Sox, it was not bad with a batting average of 0.271, 9 homers, 28 RBIs, 49 runs, and an OPS of 0.773.

He came on the market as a free agent, but it was difficult to find a team because of the shortstop free agent Big Four, which consisted of Trey Turner, Carlos Correa, Xander Bogatz and Dansby Swanson. However, as all four players were looking for a team and the sale disappeared, they eventually found a team.

Reporter Bankan said, “Andrus filled in last season when shortstop Tim Anderson was injured. He will be playing primarily as a second baseman this season.”

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