‘Failed to renew contract with Hanwha’ Tuckman signs minor league contract with Cubs
Reporter Lee Sang-cheol = Mike Tuckman, an outfielder who played for the Hanwha Eagles last year, signed a minor league contract with the Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball (MLB).
MLB Trade Rumors said on the 14th (Korean time), “Tuckman has agreed to a minor league contract with the Cubs. He will participate in the spring camp next month as an invited player.” 바카라사이트
Tuchman made his major league debut in 2017 and went through the Colorado Rockies, New York Yankees, and San Francisco Giants, batting average of 0.231, 17 homers, 78 RBIs, 93 runs, 0.326 on-base percentage, and slugging percentage of 0.378 in 257 games.
Last year, he signed a contract with Hanwha for a total of 1 million dollars and entered the KBO league. Tuchman appeared in all games (144 games) and recorded a batting average of 0.289, 12 homers, 43 RBIs, 88 runs, an on-base percentage of 0.366, and a slugging percentage of 0.430, but failed to renew the contract.
Eventually, Tuckman went back to the United States and signed with the Cubs for his re-entry to the major leagues.
Meanwhile, ahead of this year’s season, Hanwha signed a contract with “power hitter” Brian O’Grady, who played for the Cincinnati Reds, Tampa Bay Rays and San Diego Padres, for a total of $900,000.