I’m KIA Brooks right? Exhibition match ERA 22.50 → Minor camp
There was no business in front of sluggishness. In the end, right-handed pitcher Aaron Brooks (33) was notified of going to the minor leagues.
CBS Sports reported on the 23rd (Korean time) that Brooks was reassigned to the San Diego Padres minor league camp. Brooks wore a San Diego uniform with a minor league contract in December of last year. He was invited to the big league spring camp and competed for the roster, but was demoted to the minor league camp due to repeated poor performances. Brooks’ demonstration game performance was an average ERA of 22.50 (2 innings, 6 hits, 2 homers, 5 runs) in 3 games. In the match against the Chicago Cubs on the 20th, it was painful to not get any out counts and to give up 2 hits (1 home run) and 3 runs.
CBS Sports said, “Brooks will not be included in the opening game entry,” and predicted, “If he remains with the San Diego club, he will be able to play the 2023 season in minor league Triple-A El Paso.”
Brooks played for the KIA Tigers in the KBO League for two seasons from 2020. Following his 11 wins in the first season, he continued cruising in the second season, but packed in disgrace in August when cannabis components were detected in the e-cigarette. His career record in the KBO League was 14-9 with an ERA of 2.79. Brooks, who returned to the United States, signed a contract with the St. Louis Cardinals and returned to the big leagues last year. 토토사이트
However, he was released in October due to sluggish performance (7.71 ERA in 5 games), and he could not take advantage of his chance in San Diego. His major league (MLB) career record was 9-13 with an ERA of 6.55. In the minor leagues, he has 66 wins, 51 losses and an average ERA of 4.54 over 9 years.