Professional baseball NC recruits new foreign hitter Davidson 54 home runs in MLB career
Professional baseball NC Dinos recruited Matt Davidson as a new foreign hitter.
The NC club announced on the 11th, “We signed a contract with Davidson for a total of $1 million, including a contract deposit of $140,000, an annual salary of $560,000, and an option of $300,000.”
Davidson, from California, USA, is a right-handed pitching infielder with a height of 190 cm and 104 kg.
Davidson began his professional career after being selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks with the 35th overall pick in the 2009 Major League Baseball (MLB) rookie draft. 카지노사이트랭크
He had a career-high season with the Chicago White Sox in 2017, hitting 26 home runs in 118 games. In the 2022 season, he tied for first in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League in home runs (32).
His slugging ability stands out, as he has hit 54 home runs in the major league and 226 home runs in the minor league.
Last year, he hit 19 home runs in 112 games for the Hiroshima Toyo Carp of the Japanese professional baseball team.
NC Dinos general manager Lim Seon-nam said, “Davidson has a lot of experience in the Major League and Japanese professional baseball and has an outstanding ability to produce long balls. “We expect him to become the team’s centerpiece in the batting lineup.”
Davidson said, “I am honored to join the NC club. “I will use all my energy to help the team win on the field,” he said. 섯다