Lucas Gilbreth, who was evaluated as the future and present of the Colorado Rockies bullpen, will leave for a long time due to Tommy John surgery메이저놀이터.
“The Denver Gazette” reporter Daniele Allentuck said on the 8th (Korean time), “The Colorado club announced that left-handed pitcher Gilbreth will undergo Tommy John surgery next week. He reports that he organizes this season as it is.”
Gilbreth was nominated in 2017 and stepped on the big league stage for the first time in the 2021 season. He had a career record of 5 wins, 2 losses, a 3.78 ERA, 16 holds, 1 save and 93 strikeouts.
His earned run average was high at 4.19 in his last season, but he gradually adjusted to the majors by posting 12 holds. However, as he was injured, an emergency was put in Colorado.
Colorado lacks a lefty bullpen, and Brent Suter is the only lefty on the major league roster. Fernando Abad has signed a minor league contract, but for now he is likely to enter the big leagues.
In addition, he recently strengthened his depth by signing a one-year, $3 million contract with Brad Hand. ‘MLB Trade Rumors’ predicted that “Hand should be positioned as the team’s best left-hander, and Suter will be responsible for multi-innings.”