Veteran left-handed bullpen Justin Wilson, who underwent Tommy John surgery last year, will join the Milwaukee Brewers.

Milwaukee said on its official website on the 19th (Korean time), “The club has agreed to a one-year contract with left-hander Wilson. The deal includes a club option for 2024.” Details of the amount were not disclosed.

Wilson is a veteran reliever who debuted in the big leagues in 2012. He appeared in 527 career games, going 33-24 with a 3.41 ERA, 133 holds, 18 saves and 510 strikeouts. He also played the role of Pil Seung-jo for the New York Yankees and New York Mets.

Last year, he started the season with the Cincinnati Reds, but ended early with a shoulder injury. Later, in June, he underwent Tommy John surgery, and is currently undergoing rehab.

Locals are scheduled to return in July, but opinions are emerging that Wilson may miss the entire season at the age of 35. 청소년토토사이트

Milwaukee president Matt Arnold said, “He’s expected to return in July. But he has memories of being successful with many teams. We hope he can have a positive impact on his team in the second half.”

Meanwhile, Milwaukee’s bullpen currently includes Devin Williams, Matt Busch, and Jake Cousins. Hobie Milner is the only left-handed pitcher. Alex Claudio, Thomas Fannon, and Robert Gargas participated in the spring camp as non-roster invitational players.

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