Mookie Betts (LA Dodgers), who won the Gold Glove Award in the outfield category four times in his personal career, is more likely to play as the second baseman for the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC) US team.
‘Dodger Blue’, which mainly delivers news about the Dodgers, reported on the 25th (hereinafter Korean time), “Mookie Betts joined as a second baseman during his Boston Red Sox days, but gave it to former All-Star Dustin Pedroia and turned to right field.”
Betts’ position change was a godsend. The media added, “After changing his position to right fielder, he enjoyed the honor of winning four Gold Glove Awards and the American League MVP in the outfield category.” 먹튀검증
The outfield of the WBC U.S. team is the best ever. It consists of super luxurious members such as Mike Trout, Kyle Tucker, Kyle Schwaber, and Cedric Mullins.
Jack Harris, a reporter for the LA Times, a leading US media outlet, said, “Because the outfield of the WBC U.S. national team is so solid, Betts can play as a second baseman for the national team. Before joining the national team, he plans to play as a second baseman for his club.”
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts also said, “I plan to start Betts at second base before he joins the US team.”
The media said, “Betts can start in right field against right-handed pitchers on the U.S. team and start at second base against left-handed pitchers.” /
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