March 29, 2023

“The roster is so stacked!” After signing a huge $280million, 11 year contract with Padres, Xander Bogaerts is a strong Padres fan. Red Sox


After Xander Bogaerts has joined the Padres in free-agent, and it’s obvious that he is thrilled with his decision.

Bogaerts signed an 11-year, $280million contract with the franchise this week. He joins a team which reached the NLCS without him last season.

The Padres will be hoping to make even better this season with the infielder’s hitting prowess.

Xander Bogaerts was a four time All Star and had spent all of his career with the team. Red Sox

He said to reporters that the roster was so stacked, from top to bottom, it was unbelievable.

“When they beat the Dodgers here it was great to see how excited the fans were during the playoffs. It was also fun to watch on TV.

Although the Padres were not eligible for the wild card, they still looked like a contender in the playoffs.

They eliminated the Mets as well as the Dodgers before falling against the Phillies in NLCS. Bogaerts now joins a team that has realistic hopes of reaching the finals World Series.

The Padres already had Manny Machado and Fernando Tatis Jr. in the infield, while Juan Soto was in the outfield.

Bogaerts hit .307 last season for the Red Sox with 15 home runs and 73 RBI in 150 games

Bogaerts clocked.307 for the season. Red Sox with 15 home runs, 73 RBI in 150 games

Bogaerts is a shortstop or third base player, but it’s not clear where he will play in San Diego.

The 30-year old should improve a roster which won 89 games last regular-season.  

Bogaerts is an.292 hitter who was able to hit 15 home runs in his career last season.

Peter Seidler, owner of the city, stated that it was headed for its first ever world championship. 

“Hopefully, one of these days, the baseball gods will smile upon our city.”

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