It seems that pitcher Jeremy Jeffress will be out of work for a short time, because clearly his services are being very much in demand by teams looking to add depth to his hill.
According to the latest reports by Matt Ehalt of MLByahoosport, different MLB teams especially from the National and American League are very interested in getting a pact with the right thrower and former Milwaukee Brewers.
Hearing there's a sizable market for reliever Jeremy Jeffress, including Mets. Phils, Reds, Rays, Brewers, among others. It's expected Jeffress will land a deal that includes 2020. Brewers recently released Jeffress.— Matt Ehalt (@MattEhalt) September 4, 2019
Not postseason eligible, but could provide quality innings.
Among the teams that the expert mentioned: Fiilis of Philadelphia, Mets of New York, Rays of Tampa Bay and Reds of Cincinnati, as well as strangely Ehalt mentions that the Brewers also stay in the bid as other teams.
He also mentioned that the former Brewer is not eligible for the postseason, but can provide quality tickets to any team that is fighting to reach a place.
Jeffress was just released by the Brewers after a difficult 2019 season, especially when injuries have affected his form. The right was one of the best pieces of Milwaukee in 2018, especially when Jeffress received his first call to the All-Star game that same season, thanks to his tremendous performances that led him to finish the season effectively 1.29.