Phillips, son-in-law of Hillman’s former SK manager, goes to the Angels on a one-year contract

Outfielder Brett Phillips (29) wears a LA Angels uniform.

On the 10th (Korean time), Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, an American sports media, reported on his social media (SNS) that Phillips had signed a one-year contract with the Angels. The terms of the contract announced by John Heyman of the New York Post are one year and $1.2 million (1.5 billion won). Phillips has already passed the medical test, and it is known that only the club announcement remains. 토토사이트

Phillips played 83 games for the Tampa Bay Rays and Baltimore Orioles last season, hitting 0.144 (29 hits in 201 at-bats) with 5 homers and 15 RBIs. He stood out in 2021 with 13 homers and 44 RBIs for Tampa Bay, but his batting average was low at 0.206. Debuting in the big leagues in 2017, his career (6 years) was a batting average of 0.188, 28 home runs and 93 RBIs. The Angels, who acquired hunter Renfro in an offseason trade, didn’t have many vacancies in the outfield. Mike Trout and Taylor Ward’s place is solid. Local media predicts Phillips’ use as a major runner or major defensive player.

Phillips is the son-in-law of Trey Hillman, who served as the KBO League SK Wyverns command tower for two years from 2017, and married Brianna, Hillman’s daughter, in November 2019.

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