Kansas City includes veteran invited players on their opening roster.
Ann Rogers of MLB.com reported on March 28 (Korean time) that Jackie Bradley Jr. and Matt Duffy had successfully joined the Kansas City Royals’ season-opening roster.
Both players were in the big league camp as minor league invited players. Both players performed well in the demonstration game and succeeded in joining the opening roster. 카지노
Bradley, a right-handed left-handed outfielder born in 1990, debuted with the Boston Red Sox in 2013 and played 10 years in the big leagues through Boston, Milwaukee Brewers, and Toronto Blue Jays. He played in 1,138 career games, hitting .227/.306/.386 with 108 home runs, 443 RBIs and 69 stolen bases.
Bradley, Boston’s starting center fielder, has struggled greatly over the past two years and eventually joined Kansas City on a minor league contract. Bradley played in 9 exhibition games at this camp, hitting .385/.385/.577 with 1 home run and 4 RBIs, and successfully joined the opening roster.