All-Star catcher Sanchez signs minor contract with New York Mets

Gary Sanchez (30), who was the main catcher for the prestigious New York Yankees in American professional baseball, is aiming for a comeback in the minor league team of the New York Mets.

The Mets announced on the 10th (Korean time) that they signed Sanchez, a two-time All-Star, to a minor league contract.

Sanchez, who is scheduled to play for Triple-A team Syracuse for the time being, is said to be able to receive up to 1.5 million dollars (approximately 1.99 billion won) if he is called up to the major leagues.

Sanchez, a native of the Dominican Republic, made his big league debut with the Yankees in 2015 and played as an offensive catcher until 2021.토스카지노

Although his defense was considered to be somewhat inferior, he was named an American League All-Star in 2017 and 2019 after hitting 30 or more home runs.

However, Sanchez, who was traded to the Minnesota Twins last year, batted . 205 with 16 homers and 61 RBI before being released.

He signed a minor contract with the San Francisco Giants this season, batting .164 in 16 games at Triple-A before parting ways.

The Mets, who have recruited Sanchez, plan to bring him up to the major leagues once he recovers his previous offense in Triple-A.

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