‘Tearful touching drama’ Dodgers, should change team name to Angels… Renew contract with Tols, bipolar ‘homeless’ this year, continue to provide medical insurance

It seems that the Los Angeles Dodgers should change their team name to the Angels.

It was belatedly known that he renewed the contract with the former Dodgers player in order to continue providing medical insurance without forgetting the former Dodgers player who was in a difficult situation.

Media outlets such as Dodger Nation reported that the Dodgers recently re-signed Andrew Tols (30), who was suffering from bipolar disorder and schizophrenia and was arrested for sleeping outside the airport. There is no salary, but it is decided to continue to provide medical insurance. This is a contract renewal for 5 years.#

Tols has disappeared from the major league stage since 2018. After all, he was known to suffer from mental illness, much to the dismay of Dodgers fans and fellow players. 먹튀검증

When Tols was arrested while homeless in 2020, his father said, “There’s nothing I can’t handle. He’s schizophrenic. It’s so hard. He can’t even watch TV. Hearing voices and TV at the same time, he’s confused. I think he’s playing baseball on his laptop.” “I’ve seen him play, but he doesn’t seem to understand what’s going on,” he said. “He’s in a zombie-like state.”

Tols was a prospect who developed into the minor leaguer of the year after being named to the Tampa Bay Rays in 2012, but struggled with anxiety.

After going through the twists and turns of requesting release from the team for treatment in 2015, he moved to the Dodgers in 2016 to fulfill his dream of debuting in the major leagues. In 249 career games for three years through 2018, he had a batting average of 2.8, 6 runs, 66 hits, 8 homers, 35 RBIs, and an OPS of .792. In particular, in 11 postseason games in 2016, he was very active with 8 hits in 22 at-bats, a batting average of 3.6 4, and an OPS of .878, receiving a lot of love from fans.

However, in 2017, a knee cruciate ligament rupture injury caught his ankle. Afterwards, severe anxiety disorder recurred, and he disappeared from the baseball world after missing the camp for personal reasons ahead of the 2019 spring camp.

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