It seems Josh Winckowski is in the “just tell me where to report and who I’m playing for and I’ll be there” territory.
For the second time this offseason, the pitching prospect has been traded as part of a major deal. The 2016 15th-round pick of the Blue Jays had spent the first few years of his pro career in the Toronto organization, up until getting traded to the New York Mets last month in the Steven Matz trade.
So, Winckowski, obviously fatigued of all the movement, made a fitting change to his Instagram bio after the deal went down.
Indeed, Winckowski is a member of the Red Sox.
The 22-year-old thus far has only pitched in the low minors, so it will be a little bit until he’s ready to sniff the big leagues. Playing in Class-A full and advanced in 2019, he posted a 10-8 record with a 2.69 ERA.
Still though, here’s to hoping he’s able to get settled into the Sox organization after getting bounced around MLB this offseason.