The Chiba Lotte Marines announced that they reached an agreement with Mike Bolsinger. According to media reports, the two sides agreed on a new one-year contract worth an estimated 1.7 million US dollars.0 Comments
Mike Bolsinger gave up two runs on four hits during the first inning of Saturday’s game against the Rakuten Eagles. He threw warm-ups before the start of the second inning, but was replaced by a reliever. The media later learned that the Chiba Lotte Marines pulled Bolsinger because he was having problems with the ring and pinky fingers on his right hand. He is considered day-to-day.
[UPDATE 8/19 @ 10:30pm]
Bolsinger will be examined at a hospital on August 20.
Source: Sanspo 8/19/2018
[UPDATE 8/21 @ 10:28pm]
Bolsinger was examined at a hospital in Chiba on August 20. The Marines took him off the active roster today, even though tests did not reveal any abnormalities. They are concerned about fatigue and will skip him at least once in the rotation.0 Comments
The Chiba Lotte Marines announced today that they reached agreements with pitchers Mike Bolsinger and Edgar Olmos. Uniform numbers have not yet been assigned.
The media is reporting that Bolsinger agreed to a deal worth 800,000 US dollars and Olmos 600,000 US dollars. Both figures are estimates.0 Comments