Cole made a few remarks after the World Series misfortune to the Nationals.
The off-season preceding the 2019 season was featured by Manny Machado and Bryce Harper whom unavoidably marked with the San Diego Padres and Philadelphia Phillies separately. This off-season, it will be Anthony Rendon and Gerrit Cole.
In an ongoing segment, Cole’s statements with respect to their approaching free office were broke down.
Ongoing bits of gossip have connected the Dodgers to both hotshot free operators, yet apparently the Dodgers probably won’t be of any inclination to Gerrit Cole, notwithstanding their Los Angeles roots.
Cole’s remarks after the Houston Astros’ World Series misfortune to the Washington Nationals caused it to appear as though they needed to come back to Houston and that on the off chance that they didn’t, they would keep their alternatives open. By the day’s end, Gerrit Cole will most likely be contributing for the most noteworthy bidder 2020 due to their specialist — the notorious Scott Boras.
“I’m not an employee of the team. I’m doing this interview as a representative of myself, I guess.”
Everybody promptly bounced on the remarks as they interpreted them as meaning that they asked for from Houston. They later explained that their remarks were made simply out to disappointment:
“I was upset and my tone did not come off quite the way I wanted it to. One win away. We had the lead with eight outs to go. It’s just a tough pill to swallow. Those comments were intended to be lighthearted, but also truthful in the sense that I don’t want to be talking about free agency and I don’t want to be addressing those comments 20 minutes after a team loss.”
Previous Dodger Josh Reddick likewise made a remark with respect to Cole’s future and anticipated that he would travel west:
“He probably wants to be closer to home. It’s definitely going to be west of Nevada.”
This was Cole’s reaction:
“No, that’s not a fair assumption. I never said that.”
Try not to get their expectations up, Dodger fans. Gerrit Cole may just come back to Houston in the event that they coordinate the value Cole and Boras want.
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