Reporter Ko Yoon-joon = Luis Perdomo, who played an active role in the major leagues for six seasons, is heading to the Japanese professional baseball team.
‘ESPN’ reporter Kylie McDaniel said on the 14th (Korean time), “According to sources, right-handed pitcher Perdomo is heading to Japan to play for the Chiba Lotte Marlins. He reported that the contract is a one-year, $1.3 million contract, and with incentives included, he can receive up to $1.8 million.” 온라인바카라
Perdomo, a native of the Dominican Republic, began his professional career with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2010 as an international free agent. He later made his first big league appearance in 2016 in a San Diego Padres uniform.
He played a total of six seasons, going 23-31 with a 5.12 ERA, 8 holds and 345 strikeouts. Last year, he moved to the Milwaukee Brewers and went 3 wins, 3.80 ERA, 1 hold and 12 strikeouts. In Triple A, he was in good shape with 2 wins, 2.67 ERA, 3 holds, 4 saves and 33 strikeouts.
‘MLB Trade Rumors’ said, “Perdomo is still 29 years old. After he has followed the footsteps of many major leaguers and solidified his position in Japan, he will challenge the major leagues once again.”