‘From the best to the worst’, banned drug prospect reunites with Milwaukee… minor contract

John Singleton, who was once evaluated as the best prospect of a big shot, continues to accompany the Milwaukee Brewers once again.

Reporter Todd Rossiak of the ‘Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel’ said on the 11th (Korean time), “Milwaukee signed a minor league contract with first baseman Singleton. He is also invited to spring camp.”

Singleton was a better-rated prospect than Carlos Correa, George Springer, Joe Musgrove, and Lance McCullers Jr. He was the number 온라인바카라one prospect for the Houston Astros in 2013.

However, after being caught testing positive for marijuana twice, he was suspended for 50 games. Afterwards, he stepped onto the big league stage for the first time in 2014, but his batting average was 0.168, 13 home runs, and 44 RBIs with an OPS of 0.620, falling short of expectations.

He did not sit out in 2015 either, as he batted 0.191 with one home run. Afterwards, he tried to re-enter the big leagues from the minor leagues, but was suspended for 100 games when another banned substance was caught. Houston, running out of patience, notified him of his release.

Since then, he has continued his career as a player through the Mexican League and Milwaukee, but it is evaluated that his return to the big leagues is still far away. He posted a batting average of 0.219, 24 home runs, and an OPS of 0.809 in Triple A last year.

And last month, he was assigned a nomination for the recruitment of Brian Anderson, and after being released, he found a new team. And once again, Milwaukee reached out and prepared for a re-entry into the big leagues.

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