Latest MLB News: Players Strike, Carlos Correa, Seiya Suzuki and more

The Major League Baseball (MLB) is living a historic moment that marks a before and after in baseball. This is because a players strike that put a stop to the typical off-season winter market. However, this has not stopped the information and here we share the most relevant news of the Big leagues in the last days.

MLB: It’s official, Major League Baseball’s work stoppage begins, the first in 27 years

The MLB announced that during the first minutes of Thursday, December 2, a strike by players began and reported it through an official press release, of which we leave a fragment.

Major League Baseball has announced a player lockout, shutting down our industry. This closure is a dramatic move, regardless of the timing. It is not required by law or for any other reason. It was the owners’ decision, plain and simple, to calculate specifically to pressure the Players to renounce rights and benefits, and abandon the negotiation proposals in good faith (…).

MLB: They reveal the reason why Carlos Correa has not yet achieved a new signature

The MLB players’ strike began on December 2 and Carlos Correa continues as a free agent. There are several theories about why the Puerto Rican did not close a negotiation before the break, but recently it was announced that the reason why he has not managed to sign is an injury he suffers.

According to various media such as ESPN journalist Buster Olney, the Puerto Rican did not find a new team before the lockout due to a low back injury.

Red Sox and Yankees would ‘fight’ to sign ‘Japanese super’ Seiya Suzuki

Seiya Suzuki is one of the international players who has caught the attention of multiple MLB teams. According to recent reports, the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees are two of the main candidates and would compete to sign the Japanese for the 2022 season.

The journalist Sean McAdam revealed that Seiya Suzuki is being highly sought after by three teams in the East of the American League and they are New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and Toronto Blue Jays.

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Latest MLB News: Players Strike, Carlos Correa, Seiya Suzuki and more