Taylor Jungmann took a batted ball off his left hand during the second inning of his last start on July 25 against Yakult. He stayed in the game and ended up with the loss after he allowed five runs (four earned) on ten hits and two walks over five innings. He was later examined at a hospital and diagnosed with a fracture in his left hand. He was taken off the active roster on July 26. It is unknown how long he will be out.0 Comments
July 25 vs Yakult at Kyocera Dome – Jungmann’s personal winning streak ended at three. A victory would have made Jungmann just the second foreign player in Giants history to start their careers 4-0 in four starts.
Source: Nikkan Sports 7/25/20180 Comments
The Yomiuri Giants announced today that they reached an agreement with twenty-eight-year-old pitcher Taylor Jungmann. He was assigned the uniform number 39. He is expected to arrive in Japan later this month. According to Sponichi, the two sides agreed to a one-year contract worth an estimated 750,000 US dollars.
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The Yomiuri Giants are interested in twenty-eight-year-old pitcher Taylor Jungmann. The Giants could see Jungmann as someone that might be able to fill the hole left by the departure of Miles Mikolas. However, the team already has players like Scott Mathieson, Arquimedes Caminero, Casey McGehee, and Alex Guerrero to fill their four foreign player rosters slots on the active roster. Jungmann might be more about insurance in case someone gets hurt or under-performs.0 Comments