16-year veteran of the big leagues Hunter, ties with the Mets… DFA processing

The relationship between veteran Tommy Hunter (37) and the New York Mets has come to an end.

On the 11th (Korean time), the Mets club processed Hunter as a designated for assignment (DFA). MLB.com, the official website of the Major League Baseball (MLB), said, “Hunter can remain on the team if he passes the waiver notice, but he also has the right to refuse to go to the minor leagues.” It would end his three-year career with the Mets.” Along with Hunter’s transfer designation, the Mets sent left-handed pitcher Jack Mackenheon down to minor league Triple-A. The players to fill the vacancy of the two players are right-handed pitcher John Curtis and left-handed pitcher Josh Walker.

Hunter, who made his debut with the Texas Rangers in 2008, is a 16-year veteran in the big leagues. His career record is 56-47 with 105 holds and 22 saves with a 4.07 earned run average. In the beginning of his debut, he played as a starter and even achieved 13 wins in 2010. He changed his position to the bullpen in 2013 while playing for the Baltimore Orioles. After that, he went through various things such as the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians (currently the Cleveland Guardians, Tampa Bay Rays, and Philadelphia Phillies.메이저놀이터

This season’s performance is 14 games, 1 loss, 6.85 ERA (20 runs in 23 and 2/3 innings, 18 earned runs). The last two In the mound, he was sluggish with 2 and 2/3 innings, 4 hits (3 home runs) and 5 runs.As a result, the Mets were excluded from the main power. According to Fangraph.com, an MLB record site, an average of 96 miles (154.5 km/h) in its prime The average speed of the fastball, which was earlier, has fallen to the early 92 miles (148.1 km/h).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *