The New York Mets acquired Justin Verlander from last year’s Stove League. Verlander, who is at an age of about to fail, but still shows top-notch skills, made a two-year, $86 million mega deal with the Mets. The Mets planned to challenge for the presidency with a powerful one-two punch of Verlander and Max Scherzer. Verlander and Scherzer, who have won the Cy Young Award. Judging by the value of his name alone, he seemed to be the best starting lineup in the league. However, the period of normal operation of One Two Punch did not last long. This is because both Verlander and Scherzer have not played many games due to injuries.
Verlander went 5-5 with a 3.24 ERA in 15 games and 89 innings. Scherzer is also performing poorly this year with an average ERA of 4.20, 8 wins and 4 losses in 18 games and 100⅔ innings. Both Verlander and Scherzer left only disappointing results. All of them are high-income earners, but since they do not live up to expectations, trade rumors are bound to circulate. On the 26th (Korean time), MLB.com, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, introduced a list of teams to recruit if Verlander or Scherzer were traded.
Before the start of the 2023 season, the Mets’ one-two punch of Verlander and Scherzer raised great expectations. No team would want to meet the Mets in the postseason, where the two veterans are the best pitchers,” he said. 토토사이트 There are issues that need to be resolved, from salaries to no-trade clauses. Both Verlander and Scherzer are expected to earn more than $15 million in salaries for the remainder of this season and more than $40 million next year. Steve Cohen, Mets owner, will be stumped.”
Although there are obstacles, Verlander and Scherzer are pretty attractive cards. This is because if you are ‘healthy’, you are still a selection resource that can do your part. MLB.com predicted that seven teams would want them: the Baltimore Orioles, Tampa Bay Rays, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers. All of these teams are trying to make some progress in the postseason.
The Cy Young One-Two Punch was in danger of being dismantled after not even playing a season. Verlander and Scherzer, who ate together at the Detroit Tigers, said goodbye after 2014, but returned to play for the same team after 9 years. However, unlike before, they suffered from frequent injuries, and were probably in a position to fall again.