‘Bad Boy’ Tommy Pam to the Mets for $6 million

Outfielder Tommy Pam (35) has found a new team.

Local media such as the ‘New York Post’ reported on the 19th (Korean time) that Pam had agreed to a contract with the New York Mets. The contract size is 6 million dollars (7.422 billion won).

Pam has played in 876 games over the past nine seasons in the major leagues, batting average of 0.259, on-base percentage of 0.354, and slugging percentage of 0.433.

In 330 games in the last three seasons, the batting average is 0.231, on-base percentage 0.324, and slugging percentage 0.372, and it is walking downhill. In his last season, he appeared in 144 games for the Cincinnati Reds and Boston Red Sox, batting .236, on-base percentage, .312 slugging percentage, .374, 17 homers and 63 RBIs. 메이저사이트

During this period, his name went up and down because of external problems rather than games. In October 2020, he was stabbed in the back by a gunman in San Diego.

In June 2021, he collided with Kim Ha-seong while trying to catch a fly ball during an away game with the Chicago Cubs, and later sparked controversy by outright anger over the call play not being done properly.

A bigger accident occurred in May 2022. A member of Cincinnati, he was suspended for three games for hitting opposing outfielder Zak Pederson in the head in the outfield during training before a home game against the San Francisco Giants. It was later revealed that the cause was a problem in fantasy football in which the two players were participating.

The New York Post evaluated this acquisition, saying, “The Mets have found a fourth outfielder and designated hitter, and now their fantasy football league is more exciting.”

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