Player data: Age: 30, B / T: L / L
Primary statistics: 17 G, 25 IP, 1-0, 3.96 ERA, 1 HLD, 4 HR, 12 BB, 34 SO, 1.16 WHIP
Advanced statistics: 108 ERA +, 3.99 FIP, 0.3b WAR. 0.2 fWAR
Free agent: 2022
Salary for 2020: $ 575,000
Looking back at the 2020 season, Chase Bank proved to be the best off-season addition GM Brodivan Waguénen added to his pitching staff.
Van Wagenen has signed a minor league contract with a former client, leaving-handed players Delin Betans, Rick Porcello, Michael Wacha And Jared Hughes.. Shreve had to get a job from the summer camp, and even if he did, there was no guarantee that he would remain for the length of the season.
The 30-year-old only threw two innings at the major league level in 2019 as St. Louis Cardinals decided to release him. Shreeve enjoyed most of his success during his four-year tenure at the Yankees, and his return to New York seemed to suit him well.
Be the eldest son of Luis Rojas, After countless sub-par outings from starting pitchers, Shreve opened a great niche early in the season. He pitched more than two innings in six of the first eight outings and pitched to an orderly 2.35 ERA.
Shreeve went out three times during that period, defeating five batters, but allowed only one hit in those contests.
August 10, Asdrúbal Cabrera In a game where Mets had already lost 14-2, he hit a two-run home run from Shreve. It was the only run allowed throughout August as he pitched to 1.59 ERA in 11 1/3 innings.
Shreve continued on the pitch until September, and this month’s best outing was against the Philadelphia Phillies.
On September 17, when Shreve played in the fifth inning, Mets was dragging 6-3. Relying on the splitter and fastball, Shreve retired the Phillies seven times in a row and hit three times along the way. Mets returned to the game and eventually won 10-6.
Following that contest, Shreve had 1.99 ERA with only 10 days left in the season. The last week and a half wasn’t kind to left-handed people, as two rough outings inflated his ERA.
The Atlanta Braves and Tampa Bay Rays each tagged the Shreve with three earned runs, doubling the season marks in short order. By the end of the season, the number of shreeve looked much more pedestrian than the value he offered as one of the few reliable rescuers from the Mets bullpen.
There is no reason to think that Chase Sleeves will not make up the majority of the 2021 Mets Bullpen. Because they keep him under the control of the team for another season. Unless they bid on him, Shreve qualifies for the final year of his arbitration. Spotrac estimates that his salary in 2021 will be only $ 1 million.
Given the value he brought this year and the lack of pitching depth they have, there is no reason for Mets to cut shreeve this offseason.
The Shreve Splitter was one of the most annoying pitches in baseball this season, producing a ridiculous whiff rate of 55.1% and 28 strikeouts. His 12.2 K / 9 was the best mark of his career, as he defeated 33.3% of the batters he faced. That K% was ranked in the 91st percentile, but his whimsical rate put him in the 96th percentile.
With his ability to remove both left-handed and right-handed people while providing length from the bullpen, Shreeve should be able to thrive in a similar role for the Mets in 2021.
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