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‘Outside power judgment’ KBO reverse export myth, ‘Pitcher’s Grave’

Chris Flexen (29), who was once called the myth of reverse export but was released due to an out-of-power decision, heads to Coors Field메이저사이트, the grave of pitchers., the official website of Major League Baseball, reported that the Colorado Rockies signed a minor league contract with Flexen on the 14th (Korean time).

Now, Flexen is expected to try to survive in the major leagues on the starting mound in Colorado, but Colorado’s home ground is Coors Field, which is notorious for pitchers.

After recording an average ERA of 8.07 as a member of the New York Mets from 2017 to 2019, Flexen played for the Doosan Bears in the KBO League in the 2020 season.

At that time, Flexen recorded 8 wins and 4 losses and an average ERA of 3.01 in 21 games. In particular, he posted an overwhelming 1.91 earned run average in four postseason games.

Afterwards, Flexen moved to the United States again and played an active role in Seattle in 2021 with 14 wins and 6 losses and an average ERA of 3.61. As a result, it was called the myth of reverse export.

However, Flexen showed a sluggish appearance with 4 losses and an average ERA of 7.17 without a win in 17 games this season, and was put on the waiting list for release at the end of last month.

In the end, Flexen moved to his parent team, the New York Mets, in six days, and once again he was judged out of power and bowed his head, and this time he wore a Colorado uniform.


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