Reporter Yoon-Jun Ko = After debuting in the major leagues, he won only 5 wins in his career, but Aaron Ashby, who succeeded in signing a 5-year contract, was hindered by an injury this time.
Reporter Adam Macalvey of ‘MLB.com’ said, “According to Milwaukee Brewers general manager Matt Arnold, left-hander Ashby is feeling fatigue and pain in his shoulder. In response, he informed that spring camp would be delayed.”
Ashby spent three weeks on the disabled list with shoulder inflammation last season, and Milwaukee seems to be paying special attention to it. 토토사이트
The reason why Milwaukee manages Ashby is that he already signed a five-year contract extension last year. He signed a five-year, $20.5 million contract through 2027 in July of last year. Adding club options for 2028 and 2029 will increase the contract up to seven years and $46 million.
At the time, everyone expressed surprise at the contract. This is because Ashby is a pitcher with a career record of 5 wins and 12 losses and an ERA of 4.47. Milwaukee seems to have rated his potential very highly.
Fortunately, Milwaukee is not in a hurry to start. Starting pitchers such as Corbin Burns, Brandon Woodruff, Freddy Peralta, Eric Lauer, Adrian Houser, and Wade Miley are more saturated than other teams. In addition, Janson Junk, Bryce Wilson, and Ethan Small are also backed up.
Arnold did not comment on the exact date of Ashby’s return. ‘MLB Trade Rumors’ predicted that Ashby would start the season in the bullpen.