Is the ‘reverse export myth’ over? Former Doosan Flexen released from Metz

Chris Flexen (29), who was called the ‘reverse export myth’, was released from the New York Mets.

Flexen received a designated for assignment (DFA) notice from the Seattle Mariners on the 28th of last month (Korean time).온라인바카라

Flexen, who lost his place, joined the Mets through a trade on the 4th. However, the Mets immediately waited to release the flexen.

MLB Trade, which handles news of major league transfers, reported on the 7th that Flexen was released from the Mets. Flexen, whose final release was confirmed on this day, obtained qualification as a free agent (FA). Flexen is free to negotiate with other clubs.

Flexen, who debuted in the big leagues in a Mets uniform in 2017, played until 2019.

Flexen is a familiar face to domestic fans as well. He entered the KBO League in 2020 and raged as the ace of the Doosan Bears. His regular season performance was 8-4 with a 3.01 earned run average in 21 games.

In particular, Flexen took the mound in 5 postseason games and led Doosan to advance to the Korean Series by showing 2 wins, 1 loss, 1 save, and an average ERA of 1.91.

Flexen, who succeeded in returning to the major leagues the following year, participated in 64 games (53 starts) in two seasons in Seattle and recorded a good record of 22 wins and 15 losses with an ERA of 3.66.

However, this year, Flexen only had an average ERA of 7.17 with 4 losses in 17 games, and eventually became unemployed.

His hope remains. Teams with low pitching depth can try to recruit Flexen cheaply.

MLB raised the possibility of returning to the big leagues, saying, “Several clubs are struggling with injuries to their pitching staff. It is not surprising that some teams are giving Flexen a chance to regain his former skills.”

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