Go Woo-seok, formerly of the San Diego Padres minor league team, will wear a Miami Marlins uniform.

On April 4 (KST), San Diego and Miami agreed to a four-for-four trade, according to MLB.com and other local media outlets. Miami will send infielder Luis Arajes to San Diego, and San Diego will send three prospects, including Go Woo-seok, to Miami. “The trade is in its final stages, pending medicals, and is expected to be finalized soon,” ESPN explained.

If the trade is finalized, Koo will get another shot at the big leagues with Miami.

He entered the Major League Baseball posting system (closed competitive bidding) with the consent of his hometown LG Twins after last season and agreed to a 2+1 year, $7 million deal with San Diego. He joined San Diego’s spring training program and began his quest for the big leagues, 토토사이트 but was eventually cut from the roster before the opening day of the Seoul Series. He then pitched for the San Antonio Missions, San Diego’s Double-A affiliate, going 2-1 with a 4.38 ERA in 10 appearances.

Araes was a National League All-Star in the 2022-2023 season. He won the batting title for the second consecutive season, batting .301 with a .266 average in 2022 and .355 with a .410 average in 2023.

San Diego’s acquisition of Araes raises the possibility that Kim’s position could change.

Kim is eligible for free agency after this season, and it has been speculated locally that the Padres will use him as a trade chip. With Araujo being the best second baseman in the big leagues, it’s likely that current second baseman Xander Bogaerts will be moved. Since Bogaerts played shortstop until last season, it’s not out of the question that Kim, 파워볼실시간 who is currently playing shortstop, could be moved.

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