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Triple Play – Renovação de Ronald Acuna, Pillar nos Giants e Andujar fora da temporada?

Ronald Acuna, defensor externo do Atlanta Braves

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Triple Play – o boletim de notícias da MLB do Quinto Quarto

– O defensor externo Ronald Acuna Jr. assinou extensão de contrato de oito anos e US$ 100 milhões, se tornando o jogador a assinar a maior renovação da história para um jogador com o seu tempo de serviço na MLB (165 dias). Acuna passará a ter o segundo maior contrato do Atlanta Braves e ficará sob controle até o fim da temporada de 2026, quando terá 28 anos.

– O que parecia ser uma lesão normal no ombro de Miguel Andujar se mostrou um problema muito maior. O terceira base do New York Yankees foi diagnosticado com um pequeno rompimento no labrum do ombro direito e pode perder o resto da temporada caso precise passar por cirurgia.

– O San Francisco Giants adquiriu o defensor externo Kevin Pillar em troca com o Toronto Blue Jays, que recebeu como compensação o infielder Alen Hanson e os arremessadores Derek Law e Juan De Paula. Além disso, o time canadense fez troca com o San Diego Padres para ter Socrates Brito.

– Francisco Lindor, shortstop do Cleveland Indians, deverá perder mais algumas semanas da temporada por causa de torção no tornozelo. Anteriormente era previsto que ele retornasse à ação em 4 de abril.

– Hunter Greene, prospecto do Cincinnati Reds que arremessa bolas a 102 mph (160 km/h), irá perder toda a temporada de 2019 porque precisará passar pela cirurgia Tommy John.

– Bryce Harper, defensor externo do Washington Nationals, postou foto em agradecimento aos Nationals antes de retornar a Washington.

 

Visualizar esta foto no Instagram.

 

If you would have told me 5 years ago I would be walking into Nationals Park as an opposing player, I would’ve told you that you were crazy. Five years later, I’m doing just that. I remember the first day I walked into Nats Park. My first base hit. My first home run. And, of course, my first standing ovation. Nationals fans delivered that first ovation. The things that I will miss most are the relationships I gained on a personal level with so many of the Nationals staff and workers around the ballpark. Every day I walked in, I got a smile or shared a laugh with you. I especially want to thank The Lerner Family and Mike Rizzo for the unwavering support they showed me during my tenure in DC. The city of DC was home. Filomena’s, The Silver Diner, The Italian store, and countless other places helped make it feel like home. You, Nationals fans, made me one of your own for the entire time I was a part of the Nationals organization. I’m so blessed to have been able to play for a fan base that cared so much about our team each and every night. You will always hold a special place in my heart no matter what. I look forward to continuing Harpers Heroes with LLS in the DMV as well as making sure the legacy fields bearing my name are the best youth fields in town! When I run on the field tonight I am sure to hear some boos, but I will always remember the cheers and the screams that are still with me right now, as I start my new chapter. So for that, DC, THANK YOU.

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– O Kansas Citu Royals adquiriu o receptor Andrew Susac em troca com o Toronto Blue Jays.

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