“Versatile player” Anderson to Milwaukee with a one-year contract of 4.3 billion won

Brian Anderson (30) has been confirmed to go to Milwaukee.

The Milwaukee Brewers officially announced on the 24th (Korean time) that they had signed a one-year contract with infielder Anderson. Milwaukee transferred first baseman John Singleton to make room for Anderson on the 40-man roster.스포츠토토

According to local media, Anderson’s contract is for one year and $3.5 million (4.3 billion won). Last season with the Miami Marlins, his annual salary was $4.475 million (5.5 billion won). After the season, he was released as a free agent (FA), and attention was focused on his future, but he took the hand of Milwaukee, who offered a short-term contract.

Anderson was drafted by Miami in the 3rd round with the 76th overall pick in the 2014 draft. He hasn’t left Miami since making his big league debut in 2017. He was named fourth in the National League Rookie of the Year voting with a batting average of 0.273 with 11 home runs and 65 RBIs in 2018, and in 2019 he hit 20 home runs and established himself as the team’s central hitter. However, from the following year, his individual performance plummeted due to a sluggish performance due to an injury. In his last season, he appeared in 98 games, had a batting average of .222 (75 hits in 338 at-bats), 8 homers and 28 RBIs. His career (6 years) record is a batting average of 0.256 (487 hits in 1904 at-bats), 57 home runs and 233 RBIs. 

Anderson’s strength is the range of defensive use. He can play third base and right field, as well as second base, shortstop, and first base depending on the situation. He is particularly strong on chances. His career scoring position batting average (0.306) is much higher than his career batting average. Milwaukee general manager Matt Arnold was pleased with the acquisition, saying, “Anderson is a versatile player who will help us in many ways.”  

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