Even the legend of autumn is powerless in front of time. Madison Bumgarner (34), who has a postseason record of 8 wins and 3 losses and an ERA of 2.11, was designated and assigned by his team, Arizona.
MLB.com reported on the 21st that “Arizona has assigned Bumgarner.” According to major league rules, if Bumgarner is traded within the next seven days or if he does not receive a request from another club, he will go down to the minor leagues affiliated with Arizona or be released altogether.
Bumgarner made his San Francisco debut in 2009 and won 119 games through 2019. Especially strong in the postseason. In the 2014 postseason, he pitched in 7 games (six starts), pitched 52.2 innings, and won 4 wins with an earned run average of 1.03. In particular, in the last game 7 of the World Series, he took the mound from the 4th inning and blocked 5 innings alone, winning the World Series championship with the team winning by 1 run. Bumgarner won three World Series titles in 11 seasons with San Francisco.
However, after moving to Arizona for five years and $85 million after the 2019 season, Bumgarner’s performance took a sharp turn. He had a 5.23 earned run average in 69 starts over four years until this year. His season has been especially bad. He allowed 7 runs in 3 innings against St. Louis on the 20th, and his earned run average soared to 10.26. In the end, Arizona pulled out the knife called nomination assignment.
Realistically,메이저사이트 there is no chance that Bumgarner will be traded to another team. Bumgarner will earn about $20.4 million in salary for the remainder of his year. His next year’s salary is also up to $14 million. No club would pay that money to use Bumgarner now.
“I’ll find the answers,” Bumgarner told reporters after being battered in St. Louis. want to find However, there is no answer yet.” He did not hide his discouragement.