The New York Mets, whose recruitment of Carlos Correa (31) was canceled due to a failure to pass the physical examination, became the best team in the offseason.
On the 13th (Korean time), MLB.com, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, selected and announced 10 teams that did well in reinforcing their strength this winter.
The team with the best reinforcement was the New York Mets. First, the New York Mets signed Justin Verlander to fill the vacancy left by Jacob deGrom.
Then, Senga Kodai was recruited from Nippon Professional Baseball, and Jose Quintana was brought in. As a result, the starting mound was evaluated as greatly improved.
In particular, the top starting lineup led by Verlander and Max Scherzer is evaluated as the best in the major leagues. This is the reason why it is evaluated as the best power reinforcement despite the unsuccessful recruitment of Corea. 메이저사이트
The San Diego Padres came second. San Diego bolstered the infield by acquiring Xander Bogarts. As a result, it was possible to turn Fernando Tatis Jr. into the outfield.
In addition, the recruitment of Bogatz also means a position change for Kim Ha-sung. Ha-seong Kim is expected to play second base in the 2023 season. Overall, it is evaluated that the flexibility of the infield has improved.
Newly recruited Seth Lugo is expected to play the role of a swing man. Re-signing of Robert Suarez and Nick Martinez was also mentioned.
The Texas Rangers, who strengthened their starting mound by recruiting Andrew Heaney and Nathan Eboldi along with deGrom, took third place. Texas put a lot of effort into strengthening the mound.
The Philadelphia Phillies, who won the National League championship last year, came in fourth. Philadelphia has formed a more dynamic starting lineup by signing Trey Turner.
In addition, the Toronto Blue Jays, Minnesota Twins, Los Angeles Angels, Chicago Cubs, Arizona Diamondbacks and New York Yankees took 5th to 10th places.
Among them, the teams ranked in the top 10 of the power rankings are the New York Yankees (2nd), Philadelphia (4th), New York Mets (5th), San Diego (6th), and Toronto (8th).