After a decade in Major League Baseball, ex-Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Hyun Jin Ryu is poised to make a comeback to South Korea, as reported by South Korean media. The 36-year-old, known as the "Korean Monster," is likely to rejoin his old team, the Hanwha Eagles. The Eagles have proposed a four-year deal to him valued at a minimum of 17 billion won ($12.7 million), setting him up to become the top earner in the Korean Baseball Organization league, according to Yonhap news agency.Euro Cup 2024 Matches
He's putting in the work.
I feel sad, but this is probably necessary: Manoah optioned
He was right, he did.
Blue Jays trade Capra for Heineman
If they ever make a movie about Bo Bichette, this is the actor who should play him!
This month's edition of Toronto Life magazine features a long portrait of Alek Manoah, appraised as "The smack-talking, muscle-flexing, fastball-slinging Alek Manoah (is really a big softie) - Confessions of a superstar Blue Jay", written by Malcolm Johnston, with lots of family background etc. Nice read for the weekend.
As if anyone here needed it. Enjoy!
I'm not a huge fan of the idea, but ok.
The Blue Jays officially non-tendered Raimel Tapia, Bradley Zimmer, and Vinny Capra this afternoon.