Angels belonging to Otani, former stealing king’s beer infielder acquired

Angels belonging to Otani, former stealing king's beer infielder acquired

The Angels, to which Shohei Ohtani, a pitcher of the US Major League Baseball (MLB), belongs, won the former National League stealing king Jonathan Villar infielder (31) on the 2nd. The MLB official website reported.

Beer has played 46 games in the Cubs this season, with a batting average of 20%, 2 minutes, 2 home runs, 15 RBIs, and 6 stolen bases. He received a de facto out-of-force notification on June 24 and had a free contract on June 28.

Last season, he played 142 games in Mets with a batting average of 20%, 4 minutes, 9 home runs, 18 home runs, 42 RBIs, and 14 stolen bases. He marked 62 stolen bases in 2016 when he belonged to Brewers and became the National League stolen base king.

Coach Phil Nevin has indicated that he will be appointed to third base as the back-up for Anthony Rendon infielder, who was desperate this season due to a breakdown.

As a result, the Angels demoted Matt Thais infielder to a minor under the umbrella.

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