Houston Astros champion was proclaimed for the second time in its history thanks to a solid regular season and a postseason. Now, the sidereals have tame to work to strengthen their roster more and more and look for the back to back of World Series.
Despite Justin Verlander opted for free agency thanks to a campaign that can close with a new Premio Cy Young, The Houston Astros have also set their sights on a first baseman to cover the backs of Yulieski Gurriel or why not, take turns in that position.
Because of this, the name of Anthony Rizzo It has been put on the table and after opting for free agency, the current champion has set his sights on him as one of the main targets for the lineup and obviously to strengthen the offense.
It is important to highlight thatRizzo signed a one-season contract with the New York Yankees in exchange of $32 million dollars. Now, with a great campaign with the wood, he will seek a multi-year, million-dollar contract.
The option of Houston Astros seems very viable, since he has been the executioner of the New Yorkers in recent postseasons. However, we must wait what movements he makes Brian Cashman and company, although their eyes are on Aaron Judge.
In his twelfth campaign in The Majors, Rizzo he had 104 unstoppables, including 21 doubles, one triple, 32 home runs, and drove in a total of 75 runs. Plus, he posted a .224 batting average.
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