Organization Changes: Jeffress, Rengifo


By Connor Byrne | November 25, 2019 at 6:20pm CDTThe most recent organization changes from around the majors…

Free-operator right-hander Jeremy Jeffress has joined Roc Nation Sports and specialist Kyle Thousand, per Mark Feinsand of Jeffress, who was one of the majors’ best relievers in the relatively recent past, has been looking for another group since the Brewers discharged him toward the start of September. The 32- year-old set up a terrible 5.02 ERA in 52 innings this past season, however he recorded additionally promising strikeout and walk rates (7.96 K/9, 2.94 BB/9) with a 3.96 FIP and a 48.4 percent groundball mark. Be that as it may, there was a stamped drop in normal fastball speed for Jeffress, whose run of the mill four-seamer tumbled from 95.3 mph in 2018 to 93.8 this year.

Holy messengers center infielder Luis Rengifo has exchanged offices and joined the MVP Sports Group, Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports tweets. Rengifo is with his third association in the Angels. He marked with the Mariners out of Venezuela in 2014, however they exchanged him to the Rays late in the 2017 season. Not exactly a year later, the Angels obtained him from Tampa Bay as a feature of an exchange focusing on C.J. Cron. Presently 22 years old, Rengifo is falling off a decent first taste of the significant groups. The switch-hitter wasn’t incredible at the Triple-A level, where he sliced .273/.338/.464 crosswise over 122 plate appearances, however he wasn’t a lot of more terrible in his introduction at the game’s most elevated level. Rengifo took 406 outings to the plate as an Angel this past season and batted .238/.321/.364 with seven grand slams and 1.2 fWAR. He stood his ground in the field, consolidating for four Defensive Runs Saved and a 2.5 Ultimate Zone Rating between the two center infield spots.

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