Right-handed pitcher Carlos Carrasco (36, New York Mets) is out for the season due to an absurd injury.

According to ESPN, an American sports channel, on the 6th (Korean time), Mets manager Buck Showalter announced that Carrasco will decide on the remainder of the season after breaking his right little finger in a dumbbell accident. According to local reports, Carrasco dropped a 50-pound (22.68 kg) dumbbell on his right little finger while working out in the weight room at Citi Field, his home stadium. He underwent surgery to fix his bones for this injury and then had pins inserted. MLB.com, the official website of Major League Baseball (MLB), said, ‘The recovery period for this type of injury is generally 4 to 6 weeks. The Mets do not expect Carrasco to return this season.카지노사이트

Carrasco’s record this season is 3 wins, 8 losses, and an average ERA of 6.80. MLB.com said, ‘Carasco, who was sidelined early this year due to a right elbow injury, is having a disappointing season. When he was healthy, Carrasco had a 6.80 earned run average in 20 starts, the highest in MLB among pitchers who pitched at least 90 innings. It is expected that the relationship with the Mets will also come to an end.

The Mets traded shortstop Francisco Lindor from the Cleveland Guardians in January 2021, and acquired Carrasco in the process. He performed well last year with 15 wins, 7 losses, and an ERA of 3.97, but his performance this season was below expectations. MLB.com predicted, ‘Carrasco will be released as a free agent in November, but it is unclear whether he will be able to join the Mets franchise.’ The Mets, who are far from the race to advance to the postseason, seem to have started a new game by sending out key players, including Max Scherzer (Texas Rangers) and Justin Verlander (Houston Astros), ahead of the trade deadline.

Venezuelan Carrasco’s career (14 years) MLB record is 107 wins, 93 losses, and an average ERA of 4.04. He has a history of winning double-digit wins for four consecutive years since 2015. In 2017, when he played for Cleveland, he recorded 18 wins, 6 losses, and an ERA of 3.29, and was ranked 4th in the American League (AL) Cy Young Award voting.

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