Left-handed pitcher Matt Dermody (33), who played for the NC Dinos last season, will wear a Boston Red Sox uniform.

Chris Cotillo, who delivers news from Boston, said on the 25th (Korean time) that Dermody has signed a minor league contract with Boston. The Mody will compete in the big league spring camp as a non-roster invited player. 먹튀검증

Dermody signed with NC as a replacement for Wes Parsons, who was kicked out due to injury in August of last year. As a veteran who has experienced both the American Major League (MLB) and Japanese Professional Baseball (NPB), he raised expectations, but the results were lower than expected. He started 8 games, went 3-5 with a 4.54 earned run average. He struggled to the point of digesting more than 6 innings in only 2 games. After the season, he failed to renew his contract and returned to the United States.

The Mody has an MLB career (4 years) record of 30 games, 2 wins, 1 hold, and an average ERA of 5.60. In his minor league career (8 years), he recorded 29 wins, 14 losses, 5 saves and an earned run average of 3.70. Coincidentally, Boston’s offseason left-handed bullpen Matt Stram (Philadelphia Phillies) left the team. Left-handed bullpen Josh Taylor (Kansas City Royals), who was about to return from a long-term injury, was used as a trade card, and the left-handed bullpen needed reinforcement. 

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