Veteran bullpen Ryan Brazer (36) wears a LA Dodgers uniform.
According to Yahoo Sports on the 6th (Korean time), the Brazers signed a minor league contract with the Dodgers. Brazer, who appeared in 20 games this season and posted an ERA of 7.29 (17 earned runs in 21 innings), was released from Boston on the 22nd of last month and was looking for a new team. The Dodgers, who decided that they needed to reinforce the bullpen, embraced him with a minor league contract.스포츠토토
Brazer’s total big league record (7 years) is 229 games (1 starter), 7 wins, 8 losses, 47 holds, 9 saves, and an average ERA of 4.45. Although his individual performance has declined since last year, he is a member of Boston’s World Series (WS) championship in 2018. That year, he pitched in 34 pennant games and had an earned run average of 1.60. With the transfer to the Dodgers, he was reunited with Mookie Betts and JD Martinez, who won the championship at the time. On the other hand, Boston, where most of the key players moved, only Chris Sale, who was selected as a WS member in 2018, and infielder Rafael Devers remained on the team.