Boras was fired for “Mongo Mary’s Agent Replacement.”


Jordan Montgomery (32), who failed to sign the desired large-scale contract, replaced his agent. Scott Boras, called a super agent, was fired.

ESPN, a U.S. sports channel, said on the 12th (Korean time) that Montgomery replaced his agent with Joel Wolf of Bathman in Boras.

Montgomery failed to win the big contract she wanted in the last free agent market. Montgomery signed a one-year contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks ahead of the season’s opening.

This means that Montgomery can start the FA market again after this season. It seems that he is replacing agents in preparation for this situation.

Arizona and Montgomery have a one-year contract of $25 million. Also, if they start more than 23 games this season, a one-year $25 million option will be implemented. That means up to two-year-$50 million.

Montgomery will also qualify as an opt-out if she plays in more than 10 games this season. Montgomery will thus likely return to the FA market.

Montgomery, a seventh-year MLB player, pitched 188 2/3 innings in 32 games last year, recording 10 wins and 11 losses with a 3.20 ERA. He struck out 166. 여우알바
This is career high. Montgomery also made a significant contribution to the Texas Rangers’ first win with her stellar pitching in two ALCS games.

Montgomery later sought a mega contract in the FA market, but had to settle for a contract of up to two years to 50 million dollars. Attention is focusing on what kind of contract the replacement agent will bring.

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