Dave Cogin, who runs the American Baseball Academy PFA, posted a pitch video of DJ Peters (29) on the 19th (Korean time).
Peters made his big league debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2021. After moving to the Texas Rangers in the middle of the season, he batted .242 in 70 games.랭크카지노
In 2022, he signed a contract with the Lotte Giants and entered the KBO league. Lotte, which had broken up with Dixon Machado, signed a 680,000-dollar contract with Peters. “He is 198 centimeters tall and weighs 102 kilograms, so he boasts a wide range of defense and strong shoulders that he can play all outfield positions. He also has slugging capability as he recorded 20 home runs for three consecutive seasons in the Minor League from 2017 to 2019,” said Lotte.
I expected him to be a batter with “one shot,” but he lacked accuracy. He only posted a batting average of 0.228 in 85 games. He hit 13 home runs, but decided that he could no longer accompany him, so he made an official announcement on waivers in July. Lotte then hired Jack Rex.
Peters, who was released by Lotte, signed a minor league contract with the Washington Nationals and a minor league contract with the Detroit Tigers ahead of last season.
At Detroit, Peters turned into a pitcher. He pitched in the rookie league and sought to make a comeback. He started from the bottom. He appeared in 17 games in the rookie league and failed to make a big impression with one strikeout and an ERA of 6.23 in 21 ⅔s, and was eventually released.
Peters started preparing to become a pitcher in earnest once again. He started building his body by solidifying the basics in the PFA.
“First of all, the process was good.” According to the pitches that Coggins posted on his SNS account, Peters threw a total of 28 pitches on Monday (Korea time), and the maximum speed of his fastball throwing a total of 17 pitches reached 94.5 miles (152 kilometers). In addition, he mixed a slider and a splitter.
“I used a dirty slider with a fastball of mid-90 miles and a big drop,” Coggins said. “Only one batter managed to make a foul, and the rest struck out.”
Fans also cheered for him. “I hope Peters will make it,” Coggins wrote, “You can do it. I’m working hard.”