MLB Report: Tampa Rays Plan to ‘Cut’ Outfielder Beloved by Fans

kevin kiermaier He has had difficult months in his career as a player in the MLB. It is currently in the injured list (IL) following a problem in the hipwhich sent him to surgery that ended his participation in the 2022 Season. This would make the Tampa Bay Rays decide to ‘cut’ the outfielder for next season.

Journalist Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times announced that Kevin Kiermaier’s future with the Tampa Bay Rays would be uncertain for next season as he could be cut before it.

According to reports, the “Stripes” would decide to exercise their option to opt out of the outfielder’s contract instead of committing to the last year remaining on his contract, which was agreed for $13 million in 2023.

Kevin Kiermaier suffered from a hip injury a few days ago. This made him have to go to surgery that ended the 2022 Major League Baseball Season, so the Tampa team had to make moves.

To make up for Kiermaier’s absence in their outfield, the Tampa Bay Rays hired José Siri, a Dominican outfielder who was part of the Houston Astros, at the MLB trade deadline.

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MLB Report: Tampa Rays Plan to ‘Cut’ Outfielder Beloved by Fans