Chris Flexen (29), who was once 토토사이트 called the myth of reverse export but was released due to a decision outside of power, heads to Coors Field, the graves of pitchers.

The Colorado Rockies signed a minor league contract with Flexen on the 14th (Korea Standard Time), according to the Major League’s official website .

Now Flexen is expected to seek Major League Baseball survival on the Colorado starting mound, but Colorado’s home stadium is a notorious Coors field for pitchers.

Flexen played for the Doosan Bears in the KBO League in the 2020 season after recording an 8.07 ERA for the New York Mets from 2017 to 2019.

At that time, Flexen had an 8-4 record and a 3.01 ERA in 21 games. In particular, he had an overwhelming 1.91 ERA in four postseason games.

Flexen then moved back to the U.S. and played with a 14-6 record and a 3.61 ERA in Seattle in 2021. Therefore, it was called the myth of reverse export.

However, Flexen showed poor performance with four losses and a 7.17 ERA in 17 games this season, and was placed on the waiting list late last month.

In the end, Flexen moved to his former team, the New York Mets, after six days, and lowered his head once again after being ruled out of power, and this time he wore a Colorado uniform.

KBO reverse export myth of ‘out-of-power judgment’, ‘tomb of pitchers’

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