|Dodgers' Yoshinobu Yamamoto to make spring training debut Wednesday vs Rangers. The Los Angeles Dodgers have been a hub of hype for the last few months, and anticipation is only building during spring training. At long last, fans will get to see Yoshinobu Yamamoto start a game while wearing the Dodger Blue. The Japanese star will make his Cactus League debut this Wednesday, Feb. 28 against the Texas Rangers, per Juan Toribio of MLB.com. Fellow starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow took the mound on Saturday, two-time American League MVP Shohei Ohtani will be in action on Tuesday, and then Yamamoto will have his chance to make a grand first impression.
|Red Sox Surprisingly Offered Young Phenom Massive Contract According To Insider. Red Sox Surprisingly Offered Young Phenom Massive Contract According To Insider Boston reportedly offered the young hurler a massive contract Author: Patrick McAvoy Publish date: Feb 25, 2024 6:35 PM EST In this story: Boston Red Sox The Boston Red Sox haven't made a major investment in free agency but it sounds like they did try to. Boston was one of a handful of teams that showed interest in former Orix Buffaloes phenom Yoshinobu Yamamoto in free agency. The Red Sox were linked to him but didn't end up landing him as the Los Angeles Dodgers swooped in and got a massive deal done. The Dodgers ultimately landed Yamamoto with a whopping 12-year, $325 million contract. While Boston was
|Dodgers star Yoshinobu Yamamoto's primary goal before spring training debut. Perhaps no player in the MLB will be more intriguing to watch than Yoshinobu Yamamoto this season. The 25-year-old rookie who lit up Japan for the last six years is inching closer to his debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers, but first, he'll make a few starts during spring training. The new Dodgers ace is excited to pitch in a real game setting soon. “I've been feeling good,” Yamamoto said through interpreter Hiro Sonoda.
|Yamamoto, Glasnow 'safe bet' to start in Seoul. Yoshinobu Yamamoto and Tyler Glasnow are on track to start both games of the Dodgers' season-opening series in South Korea.
|Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Tyler Glasnow expected to start first two 2024 Dodgers games during Seoul Series. The Dodgers and Padres kick off the season on March 20 in South Korea