Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto is considered the best available catch ahead of Tuesday’s major league trade deadline and is very excited to move on.
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“I can’t wait for it to be over and see what happens to me,” he said Sunday, his comments were reported by Major League Baseball’s website.
“I mean, I can’t wait for that day [la date limite] belong to the past that I can have a fresh start no matter where I am.”
Soto recently turned down a $440 million, 15-year contract offer from the Nationals, according to multiple outlets. When the American capital was founded, he had made it clear that he did not want to continue their unification.
Among the teams interested in the services of the 23-year-old star player would be the Cardinals of St. Louis in particular. This formation faced the “Nats” on Sunday afternoon and it was possible to see the two DGs of these clubs in an intense discussion.
The San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Mets and New York Yankees are also said to be in the game.
Since making his major league debut in 2018 at the age of just 19, Soto has been one of the league’s most prolific players. He batted .291, batted 568 hits and hit 118 homers in 1,950 plate appearances.