The worst trade is a move from God. San Diego’s trade is finally seeing the light of day.
San Diego won a 5-2 home game against the 2023 Major League Baseball LA Dodgers held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 6th (hereinafter Korean time). In the final moments of the game, there was closer Josh Hader (29).
Hader,토토사이트 who took the mound in the top of the ninth inning, allowed Will Smith to walk after one out, but struck out Chris Taylor on a swing with an 85 mph (137 km) slider, and Trace Thompson also struck out on a swing with an 85 mile slider, leading the team. I took a lead by 3 points. Sinker’s highest speed that day was 97 miles (156 km).
Hader’s 11th save of the season. Currently, he proudly ranks first in the National League in salvation. Above all, the pitching is fantastic. Appearing in 15 games this year, he got only 4 hits in 15 innings. His on-base percentage per inning (WHIP) is 0.67 and his ERA is 0.60, which is extremely strong.
Hader, who has played only in Milwaukee since his major league debut in 2017, was the league’s leading finisher with an average ERA of 1.23 and a WHIP of 0.84 with 4 wins, 2 losses and 34 saves in the 2021 season. After showing signs of abnormality with an ERA of 4.24, even after being traded to San Diego, it was sluggish with 1 win, 1 loss, 7 saves and an average ERA of 7.31, and it was pointed out that the trade was a failure. In fact, Hader had to step away from his position as closer for a while to hone his skills.
Hader’s resurgence came in the postseason last year. He pitched in 5 postseason games, earned 4 saves and had a zero earned run average. San Diego showed an extraordinary feat by destroying the Dodgers in the Division Series, and Hader played a decisive role in advancing the team to the National League Championship Series by earning three saves in the Division Series alone.
This year is off to a good start. Hader, who was selected as the National League’s reliever of the month with 10 saves in April alone, is likely to receive attention from many teams as the biggest reliever in the upcoming free agent market if he continues his current momentum. Hader, who is 18-18 with 143 saves and a 2.62 earned run average, will exercise his first free agent rights after his season is over.