Veteran Rich Hill agrees to sign Boston Red Sox
Veteran pitcher Rich HillAgree on a company who contracted with Boston Red Sox Heading into the 2022 baseball season from Major League Baseball – MLB.
According to multiple sources, left-hander Rich Hill and the Boston Red Sox have agreed to sign a one (1) year contract, marking the return of the 41-year-old bowler to the organization, which already had two major league baseball trials, a long-term addition to Alex Cora’s spinoff. .
Hill, who has 17 seasons of experience in MLB, will wear the Red Sox uniform again, remembering that from 2010 to 2012 he used it and again in 2015, being an old acquaintance in this city and that he would seek to contribute all his knowledge and a trip to a team of Boston came from having a great year and also joining Michael Washa.
JonHeyman December 2, 2021
The left bowler is undergoing a physical examination pending and after that, the Boston organization will have in its coaching staff for the 2022 season the oldest bowler in the entire MLB, who has agreed as a free agent after splitting last year with the Rays of Tampa Bay and the New York Mets.
Stages with Red Sox
In the four seasons he played in Boston, Rich Hill scored 4-1, 1.34 ERA, 0.97 WHIP, and a total of 72 strikes in 44 games.
Hill had started 31 times in the 2021 MLB, won seven games, lost eight, had a run percentage of 3.86 and gave 150 bars of chocolate, some wise personals who were definitely interested in the Red Sox to bring him back.