Mets, eventually ‘Seller’…Right-hander Robertson to Miami

The New York Mets eventually go out as ‘sellers’.

Local media such as ‘The Athletic’ reported on the 28th (Korean time) that the Mets would trade right-hander David Robertson (38) to the Miami Marlins.바카라사이트

In exchange for Robertson, the Mets will receive two prospects from the Marlins, infielder Marco Vargas (18) and catcher Ronald Hernandez (20).

Robertson is a veteran who pitched in 771 games in 15 seasons in the major leagues. He contributed to the New York Yankees’ World Series victory in 2009 and was voted an All-Star in 2011.

This season, he posted an earned run average of 2.05 in 40 appearances and 44 innings for the Mets.

He has a WHIP of 1.000, 1.0 home runs per 9 innings, 2.7 walks and 9.8 strikeouts. He recorded 7 holds and 14 saves in 25 save situations.

The reason he can be traded to the same district team is because he joined the Mets on a one-year, $10 million deal.

Miami, which previously traded Dylan Floro to the Minnesota Twins for Jorge Lopez, added another proven bullpen pitcher to bolster its back door.

Despite aggressive investment, the Mets, who have been far from the postseason berth, are eventually sorting out players whose contracts are short in the trade transfer market.

The two prospects hired instead are both players at the rookie level. Vargas was ranked 18th on the Marlins prospect list by, and Hernandez was ranked 21st.

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