The New York Mets of Major League Baseball (MLB) are eager to recruit starting pitchers. This time, the trade strengthened the starting lineup.
MLB.COM, the official website of MLB, reported on the 21st (Korea Standard Time), “The Mets sent promising pitcher Coleman Crow to the Milwaukee Brewers and brought right-handed pitcher Adrian Houser and outfielder Tyrone Taylor.”월카지노
Hauser, who debuted in MLB in 2015 after joining the Milwaukee Brewers, pitched in 129 big league games and recorded 31 wins and 34 losses with a 4.00 ERA. He has plenty of experience as a starting pitcher to play in 97 games. In 2021, he achieved his first 10 wins (six losses) since his debut.
On the 30th of last month, the Mets signed Luis Severino, a starting resource, for a year and 13 million dollars, marking the beginning of the pitcher’s reorganization. Although Severino and Houser have been added to the starting rotation consisting of Senga Kodaly, Jose Quintana and Tyler Meghil, the Mets do not plan to stop reinforcing.
MLB.COM reported that the Mets have placed Yoshinobu Yamamoto as the top priority and are still searching for a starting pitcher. Japanese pitcher Yamamoto is considered the biggest fish in the FA market. The Mets have been making great efforts to recruit Yamamoto twice.
Taylor, a right-handed hitter who joined the Mets with Hauser, played for five seasons in the MLB and posted a batting average of 0.239 214 hits, 41 homers and 136 RBIs overall (On base plus slugging) of 0.736 in 331 games. In the 2023 season, he posted a batting average of 0.234 54 hits, 10 homers and 35 RBIs in 81 games.