Veteran Pitcher Looking To Return To MLB After Impressive 2 Year Stint In Korea

After spending two seasons in the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) with the LG Twins, 32-year-old right-handed pitcher Adam Plutko is determined to make a comeback in the MLB.

His performance in the KBO has been nothing short of impressive, posting a stellar 2.40 ERA and an strong 250:69 strikeout-to-walk ratio over 285.1 innings in 49 starts.

This represents a significant improvement from his previous stint in the MLB, where he struggled with a 5.39 ERA in 88 appearances.

While Plutko may not command a long-term contract due to his age, his newfound success in the KBO has undoubtedly piqued the interest of MLB teams.

His ability to demonstrate excellent control and adapt to different roles makes him an appealing option.

Whether as a swingman, a long reliever, or a valuable depth piece in a team's pitching staff, Plutko's versatility could be an asset to any MLB club willing to take a chance on his return to the big leagues.

It remains to be seen how the market will unfold for him as he seeks to secure a spot back in the majors, but his recent performance speaks volumes about his potential impact. Photo Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports