Darin Ruff (37), released from the New York Mets, will wear the San Francisco Giants uniform again.
The American ‘The Athletic’ reported on the 9th (Korean time) that San Francisco signed a minor league contract with Rough. Ruff played well in a San Francisco uniform until he was traded to the New York Mets on August 3 last year. It’s a comeback after 8 months.
The New York Mets transferred Ruff on the 27th and released him after no team wanted him for a week. A total of 3.25 million dollars (4.3 billion won), including the remaining annual salary of 3 million dollars and the buyout amount of 250,000 dollars, was thrown into the air and gave up the rough.
The club that reached out again was San Francisco.
Ruff, from the KBO League RBI King (124 in 2017), participated in a total of 404 games for Samsung from 2017 to 2019, recording a batting average of 0.313, 86 home runs, and 350 RBIs. Disagreeing with the contract renewal negotiations with Samsung, he signed a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants and returned to the United States.
He entered the big leagues in 2020, which was a shortened season, and posted a batting average of 0.276, 5 home runs and 18 RBIs. The following year,토토사이트 he recorded a batting average of 0.271, 16 home runs and 43 RBIs in 117 games, enjoying his second heyday on the American stage. He hit the jackpot signing a contract with San Francisco for a total of 6.25 million dollars (about 8.2 billion won) over two years. It was a contract of up to 3 years and 9.5 million dollars (approximately 12.5 billion won).
However, Ruff’s accuracy dropped with a batting average of 0.216, 11 homers and 38 RBIs in 90 games in a San Francisco uniform after signing. He was eventually traded to the New York Mets during the season. After he moved the team, he was released in 29 games with a batting average of 0.152, 0 home runs and 7 RBIs.
Ruff dreams of a comeback in San Francisco, where he has many good memories.