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ESPN's Jeff Passan reports RHP Tomoyuki Sugano failed to reached an agreement with a major league team before his posting window expired.
Sugano is return to Nippon Professional Baseball for the 2021 season, though he'll once again be eligible to come to MLB as a free agent before the 2022 season. Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic that Sugano's yearly salary upon re-signing with the Yomiuri Giants is expected to be in the $8 million range.
Alex Speier of the Boston Globe reports the Red Sox will be among the teams showing interest in Japanese right-hander Tomoyuki Sugano.
Sugano was recently posted by the Yomiuri Giants. MLB clubs have until January 7th to get a deal done. Boston is understandably interested after having one of the worst rotations in baseball this past summer. The Yankees, Padres, and Giants have also been linked to the 31-year-old.
Jon Morosi of MLB.com reports Yomiuri Giants SP Tomoyuki Sugano has been posted for MLB teams.
The negotiating window will officially open on Tuesday, December 8th and last through January 7th. The 31-year-old registered a 1.97 ERA to go along with 131 strikeouts in 137 1/3 innings this past season. Morosi notes that the Yankees, Padres, and Giants are expected to have interest.