LA Angels catcher Max Stash (32) will miss the entire 2023 season.
The Angels moved Stash to the restricted player list on the 4th (Korean time). According to ESPN, an American sports channel, Stassi left the team during spring training due to a number of complex issues, including his family’s health issues. He has been on the injured list since last March due to poor hip joint condition. For a while, there was interest in whether or not he would return, but in the end, it was decided to miss the entire season.
The Angels said in a statement, “Out of respect for Stash and his family, we will not be commenting further,” and added, “The Angels wish Stash and his family the best.” Stash’s last appearance in Major League Baseball (MLB) will be against the Oakland Athletics on October 6, 2022.토스카지노
Stash, who debuted in the big leagues in 2013, has appeared in 403 games over a 10-year career, recording a batting average of 0.212, 41 home runs, and 128 RBIs. In 87 games in 2021, he hit a career-high .241 with a batting average of 13 home runs and 35 RBIs. He was expected to compete with Logan O’Hoff and Matt Theis this season, but he ended the season without playing in a single game.
The Angels recently declared six veterans on waivers and gave up on the season. Lucas Giolito, Reynaldo Lopez, Dominic Leon, Hunter Renfro, and Matt Moore left the team. Even Stash left the battle line, causing fans to worry even more.