Carlos Carrasco will be the headline news in most industries, but along with Francisco Lindor, he is just another guy in Cleveland who was traded to the Mets on Thursday.
The experienced right-hander solved the Mets’ rotation needs, joined Jacob deGrom and Marcus Stroman, and hit a solid 1-2-3 punch for the team. David Peterson, Seth Lugo and Steven Matz are other possibilities currently filling this round. The Mets also hope that Noah Syndergaard will return from Tommy John’s surgery in June.
Last season, the 33-year-old Carrasco defeated Cleveland with a 2.91 ERA and 3-4. He will sign for the next two seasons and get the club option in 2023.
Carrasco was diagnosed with leukemia in 201
The talent evaluator of the National League team said: “This guy is a very impressive person.” “He is the highest prospect of the Phillies. They are very patient with him. He entered Double-A, and then he started to struggle. , They are patient with him. The Indians are the ones who benefited from it. As a forward for the Phillies, he has a lot of pressure to achieve this ranking, and this did not happen to them.
Carrasco, nicknamed “biscuits,” grew up in Venezuela. He became a U.S. citizen in 2016.
The talent assessor said: “He is a real professional player. He has grown a lot. From when he was 18 years old until now, it has been very interesting to watch him.” “This is a real success story. I think the Metropolis The team found a truly reliable person here.”
Metropolitan General Manager Jared Porter said he is still looking for further sales help. The Mets have shown interest, especially in free agent Jake Odorizzi (Jake Odorizzi), they plan to participate in Corey Kluber’s upcoming throwing competition. However, the addition of Carrasco eased the pressure on the Mets to add another type of spinner. Trevor Bauer (Trevor Bauer) is the top free agent starter on the market, but his chances of landing with the Mets seem to be smaller than at the beginning of the offseason.
According to team president Sandy Alderson, Carrasco was not discussed during preliminary trade negotiations with Cleveland that began in November. But gradually, the Met’s demand for beginners intensified the trade package.
In the transaction, the Mets surrendered Andres Gimenez, Amed Rosario, and potential Isaiah Greene and Josh War (Josh Wolf). Mets’ main focus in the transaction is Lindo.
The talent assessor said: “He is among the best among all the guerrillas (including mine),”