Robbie Glendining (28), who played for the Australian national team in the World Baseball Classic (WBC), was traded for cash.
Baltimore announced on the 19th (Korean time) that it had acquired Glen Dining through a cash trade with Kansas City. Glendining is batting .242 (22 hits in 91 at-bats), 2 homers, 16 RBIs, .735 OPS in 26 games in Double-A this season.
Glen Dining participated as the Australian national team at the WBC held in March and played a big role in the match against Korea. He started second base three times and went 1-for-4 with one home run, three RBIs, one run and one walk.
At the beginning of the 7th inning, when Australia was losing 2-4, Glen Dining, who entered the bat with 2nd, 2nd and 3rd base, hit Won-Jun Kim’s 82.8mph (133.3km) change-up on the 3rd pitch and hit a come-from-behind three-run home run.
In defense at the end of the 7th inning, Kang Baek-ho, who hit a double, did not miss stepping off the base while celebrating toward the dugout, and tagged and caught the out. Thanks to Glendining’s performance, Australia won 8-7, and Korea failed to advance to the quarterfinal tournament.
Glendining finished the tournament with a batting average of 30% (6 hits in 20 at-bats), 2 home runs, 6 RBIs, and an OPS of .991 in 5 WBC games.카지노사이트
Reporter Robert Murray of Fanside, an American media outlet, said, “Baltimore has recruited Glen Dining. He is going to go to Triple A and play the season,” he said, revealing that Glen Dining will be promoted to Triple A. This is the first time Glen Dining has moved up to Triple-A.