Derek Holland considered signing with the Giants a “dream come true” back in March. It creates the impression that fantasy could be brief.
Holland, an Ohio native, went on MLB Network Radio on Monday morning and said he’s as of late been in contact with the Reds in free organization.
The 2018 season, which appears as though it could be Holland’s solitary one in San Francisco, was a strong restoration on the field with a few knocks off of it. The veteran left-hander ran 7-9 with a 3.57 ERA (2.83 in the second half) over 171.1 innings pitched, his most since 2013.
Off the field, Holland needed to apologize for an awfully uncaring and bigot appearance on MLB Network with Haro Ogawa, the Giants’ back rub advisor.
Holland drove the Giants in innings pitched and strikeouts (169), and he positioned third on the group in ERA among starters. Along these lines, on the off chance that he doesn’t restore, the group should supplant his generation some way or another.