The Dodgers sign a 100 mph lifeguard and former Yankees player

Angels avoid they signed the waiver Thommy Kahnle, who is recovering from Thommy John’s operation and needed a team from within MLB to trust him.

Kahn debuted with the Colorado Rockies in Ligi mari He spent the first 3 years of his career there, then moved to the Chicago White Sox by change, later moved to the Yankees and stayed 3 seasons, adding 7 in total.

Last season, Kahn had a record of 3.67 in 61.1 innings with 88 shots, earning the respect and trust of those YankeesThen the elbow injury appeared and he had to undergo surgery at the beginning of the 2020 season.

Now Angels avoid They gave an opportunity to the veteran who can throw up to 100 miles, is 30 years old, 6’1 tall and 200 kilograms.

The contract is for two seasons for about $ 5.5 million in total. According to some sources, the Red Sox were quite interested in signing him, however, he opted for the current champions of MLB.

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