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Another trade candidate, magical 10.3 billion won? The ‘treasure’ of the worst team in ML

Blitzer Report once again said on Thursday (Korea time) that Eric Peddy (31, Chicago White Sox) is a potential trade candidate during this season. It is the second time that Blitzer Report has named Peddy as a trade candidate. Peddy is mentioned in recent U.S. media reports on trade. He is a regular customer.

Blitzer said the Chicago White Sox are destined to be traded for 100 losses as they continue to seek long-term plans and directions. As a matter of fact, the White Sox are the worst team in the Major League this year. With 10 wins and 28 losses and a winning percentage of 0.263, they are overwhelmingly at the bottom of the AL.

The starting pitcher, the bullpen, and the batting line are not rolling properly. He recently won two consecutive games, but he was able to do so thanks to Pedi. In a home game against the Cleveland Guardians on the 10th, Pedi won his third win of the season by allowing six hits, three strikeouts and one walk in six innings.
It was the best pitch since he returned to the Major League with 15 million dollars for two years. As a member of the NC Dinos in the 2023 season, he still has the sweeper, which was the best weapon when he conquered the KBO league. He displayed outstanding pitching capability by banking on accurate commands such as a cutter, two-seam, and change-up. He does not throw very fast balls according to Major League Baseball standards, but he has clearly upgraded his pitching when he was the fifth starter of the Washington Nationals.

“We don’t know how valuable a trade chip he will be,” Blitzer said. After being drafted 18th by Washington in 2014, he spent the 2023 season in the KBO after struggling with 454 ⅔, 5.41 ERA, and 1.52 WHIP for five years in the big leagues. Last year, he recorded 20-6 losses, 2.00 ERA and 209 strikeouts in 180 ⅓ at NC, and the White Sox called him a two-year, $15 million contract.

“The 31-year-old is a good sweeper and curveballer, he’s creating even more whimsy with his mid-90s two-seam, and his early results are excellent. His team-friendly $7.5 million next year adds to his appeal as a trade card,” Blitzer said.

Every summer, a team of postseason Kentenders wants a starting pitcher. For the White Sox, it is best to sell Peddy and get promising players. This means that they can seek a bright future for the team at just 15 million dollars. The team that takes Peddy will also be given 7.5 million dollars by next year, which is less burdensome.스포츠토토

The better Peddy throws, the higher the trade value and the higher the competition rate. The only reason why the worst team in the Major League can laugh is Peddy’s presence.

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