Will Kim Ha-seong (28), whose potential trade continues to be mentioned, leave the San Diego Padres this offseason? Trade was also mentioned.
American Bleacher Report mentioned a trade that could happen this offseason on the 9th (Korean time). This includes Kim Ha-seong.
According to this, San Diego can receive Chris Sale (34) in return for sending Kim Ha-seong to the Boston Red Sox. Trent Grisham (27) was also mentioned.
Kim Ha-seong and Grisham are players whose potential for trade continues to be mentioned this offseason. Kim Ha-seong is a card that can reinforce Boston’s shortstop position.
However, Sale’s contract has two years and $55 million left. As a result, the possibility of a trade being made is very low without Boston’s salary subsidy.
In addition, it is evaluated that the public confidence of this media is greatly reduced. However, it is true that Ha-sung Kim’s trade is still being mentioned.
Boston left the shortstop job vacant this offseason with the departure of Xander Bogarts. On the other hand, San Diego needs to organize the infield position by recruiting Bogarts.
Kim Ha-seong, who will be in his third year in the major leagues, recorded a batting average of 0.251, 11 home runs, 59 RBIs, and an on-base percentage of 0.325 OPS of 0.708 in 150 games last year. 메이저사이트
He evaluated that there are still many things to improve in the offense. However, on defense, he has already proven that he is the best in the league. This is why Kim Ha-seong’s popularity is high.
Sale, who was identified as a trade opponent for Kim Ha-sung, signed a five-year-$145 million contract with Boston ahead of the 2019 season.
Afterwards, Sale missed the entire shortened season by undergoing elbow ligament joint surgery (Tommy John surgery) in 2020, and last year only appeared in 9 games.
The possibility of a revival of the sale is low. However, if Seil fully recovers from his injury and boasts his old skills, he can become an ace-level pitcher in the league.