“Let time go by” Boras, Ryu Hyun-jin enter a long-term contract? “Slowing FA skills? Spend millions on training grounds and instructors”

Scott Boras seems to be firmly convinced that time is on his side.
Sports Illustrated’s Tom Verducci said recently that Boras said he would never back down on his initial demand for un-FA contractors.

According to Verducci, “I signed 18 FA contracts (this winter). Clubs sometimes make decisions late,” Boras said. “I don’t mind the passage of time.” This means that he will wait regardless of whether spring training takes place or a season begins.

“I spent millions of dollars on sports training facilities and instructors. I can do spring training,” Boras said when he pointed out that uncontracted customers could not participate in spring training. They have no worries because they can train with the instructors at their own training site.

However, Ryu is currently staying in Korea. Although he is taking individual training sessions, his training sessions are different from those in spring training with other players.

Boras’ remarks are noteworthy in that he once again confirmed his intention to proceed with contracts with Ryu Hyun-jin, Blake Snell, Cody Bellinger, Jordan Montgomery, and Matt Chapman regardless of time.

Meanwhile, Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies), a customer of Boras, also expressed his desire to sign an extension.

MLB.COM reported on the 19th (Korea time) that Harper, who has eight years left in the 13-year, $330 million contract signed in 2019, said he wanted to extend the contract at some point.

“Obviously I want to stay here for a long time. We’ll see what happens,” Harper said.

He seems encouraged by the large contract between Shohei Ohtani and Yoshinobu Yamamoto.

BY: 사설토토

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