When the New York Mets officially appointed Steve Cohen as the team’s new owner in November, he made it clear that this will be a new era in the Mets’ history: “I’m sure we will Like a major market team, he promised. He said all the other right things. He will let baseball players make baseball decisions. They will increase their investment in analytics departments and player developers. Most importantly , Mets fans are grateful that they can almost be associated with a man with an estimated net worth of $14.5 billion, because he is a diehard like them: he participated in his first Mets game in 1963, when the team Still played in the old polo game. Reason.
After nearly two months, Metropolis fans have been waiting for this blockbuster. Finally on Thursday, the superstar shortstop Francisco Lindo was acquired, and the pitcher Carlos Carrasco started from Cleveland in exchange for the infielders Amed Rosario and Andres Guimenez. And two potential customers. Lindor is clearly one of the best all-around players in the game. He has won the Golden Glove twice and is one of the four shortstops in MLB history with at least 30 home run seasons. He is 27 years old this year and is in the prime of his career. This is a franchise player, not only because of his ability on the court, but also as loud as Baishiqiao and the never-ending engine and enthusiasm. He wins games, sells tickets and attracts TV viewers.