On Twitter they made the proposal that an MLB star go from playing with Aaron Judge in the New York Yankees to being a teammate of José Altuve in the Houston Astros.
The dance of rumors in free agency for the 2023 MLB season It has in Houston Astros a luxury guest on the dance floor. Who would not want to reach the current champion of the 2022 world series? It would be the ideal destination for a former colleague of Aaron Judge at New York Yankees according to a user on Twitter.
After declining a $16 million player option to continue as a player for the Yankees in the 2023 MLB season, the protagonist of this story received a qualifying offer from the New York team. They don’t want to let him go!
The New York Yankees decided to offer US$19.65 million for one year to both Aaron Judge like Anthony Rizzo. MLB stars have until Tuesday, November 15 at 4:00 p.m. ET to decide whether to accept this qualifying offer. While this mystery is solved, Houston Astros appears on the horizon.
With more than 7,900 followers on Twitter, the user The Astros Locker (El casillero de los Astros) proposed several reinforcements so that the roster of the houston team have depth in the 2023 MLB season. The first baseman, a designated hitter and a catcher, the main needs that candidates already have.
The former Yankees player who is proposed as a reinforcement for the Astros in the MLB
While for the receiver position Willson Contreras sounds strong, The Astros Locker proposal has Michael Brantley, Mitch Haniger and JD Martínez as candidates to be reinforcements as outfielders or designated hitters. And for the first base of Houston Astros? To the return of Yuli Gurriel and the name of Josh Bell is added Anthony Rizzo. The ex-partner, for now, of Aaron Judge at New York Yankees He has been in the MLB for 12 years with a World Series title (2016), four Gold Glove awards, 283 home runs and a .265 average.
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Judge’s former teammate in the Yankees who are proposed as a reinforcement for Altuve and company’s Astros