“New York’s Two Owners’ Big Blood” ESPN, Yankees-Metz 2nd Wave over Yamamoto…$300 million bet LAD given up?

The approximate amount of funds the Los Angeles Dodgers will spend on Yoshinobu Yamamoto has been revealed.월카지노

The Los Angeles Times reported on the 20th (Korean time), “The Dodgers are considering offering Yamamoto conditions between $250 million and $300 million.”

Yahoo Sports also reported that the Dodgers are considering offering Yamamoto between 250 million U.S. dollars and 300 million dollars, according to a person who knows the Dodgers well. The two media pointed out the same amount.

In particular, Yahoo Sports said, “The fact that the Dodgers have prepared that much means that they will compete for another FA that attracts many big market clubs such as the New York Mets and the New York Yankees.”

If the maximum amount that the Dodgers will offer to Yamamoto is $300 million, it will be difficult to reach a contract, which means that we have to turn our attention to other FA. Yamamoto is the biggest pitcher in the Major League FA market. Blake Snell and Jordan Montgomery, winners of this year’s National League Cy Young Award, are considered next in the rankings.

Other clubs’ offers could exceed $300 million.

Yoshinobu Yamamoto is expected to make a decision as early as this weekend. AP Yonhap News
On the 18th, The Athletic columnist Jim Borden said the Boston Red Sox and the San Francisco Giants offered Yamamoto more than $300 million, and ESPN reporter Jeff Bankruptcy said it was an “inaccurate report” and expressed a different opinion, saying, “It was Tuesday that Yamamoto asked for a specific amount, so we could discuss the amount after that.”

Even so, Yamamoto’s ransom exceeded $300 million, which should be seen as the current market atmosphere.

Currently, the Yankees and the Mets are considered to be the closest to Yamamoto. SNY Andy Martino reported on the 20th that “Yamamoto is expected to make a final decision this weekend, and Mets owner Steve Cohen is making a very serious offer in the process.”

Matino added, “Yamamoto is weighing the offers he received while staying in LA recently. The Dodgers and Yankees are always in an advantageous position, but I want to classify the Mets more hopefully.”

Cohen, the richest man in the Major League, flew to Japan with President David Stearns earlier this month to visit Yamamoto’s home for a thrilling meeting, and when he returned to the U.S., he invited Yamamoto to his Connecticut home for dinner on the 17th. “Mets offered the first conditions at their first meeting in Japan, and did not propose to revise them at their second meeting. However, he is expected to be aggressive in terms of money,” Matino added.

LA Dodgers owner Mark Walter and president Andrew Friedman look happy after handing over their uniforms and hats to Shohei Ohtani. AP Yonhap News

Yoshinobu Yamamoto. Associated Press
Yankees are also working hard on Yamamoto under the leadership of owner Hal Steinbrenner. General manager Brian Cashman visited Japan at the end of this season to watch Yamamoto’s no-hitter game, and when Yamamoto came to the U.S., owner Steinbrenner reportedly went out to LA with Cashman on the 12th. Yamamoto then visited New York on the 18th to negotiate with Yankees officials for the second time.

In response to the situation, ESPN said in an article titled “The Yamamoto FA aspect has become a war in New York” on the 21st, “Metz Cohen, the richest owner in the Major League, is going on the offensive against Steinbrenner, the Yankees owner, the most expensive club in the Major League,” adding, “Cohen flew to Japan to visit Yamamoto’s house and invited him to his home when he returned to the U.S., and Steinbrenner himself started recruiting Yamamoto.”

The two clubs, which have rarely competed with New York for 61 years since the Mets were founded in 1962, are fighting for their fate over Yamamoto.

Against this backdrop, it is surprising that the Dodgers’ offer will not reach 300 million dollars. Forbes magazine said on Tuesday that Shohei Otani signed the biggest contract in the history of the Major League, and the battle for Yamamoto began in earnest. Experts predict that he will be able to lead the 300 million dollar contract, the highest ever for a rookie in the Major League.

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