Mets sign Trevor May to bolster bullpen

Mets sign Trevor May to bolster bullpen
Mets sign Trevor May to bolster bullpen

The Mets of New York, begin adding pieces for the 2021 season of the Big leagues (MLB) and made the Company of the reliever Trevor May, coming from free agency.

As reported by Anthony DiComo, Mets they made the Company from Trevor May pfor the next two seasons, this being a pitcher who can contribute significantly from the bullpen and for the 2021 season of Big leagues it fits like a glove to the Metropolitans.

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The Company from Trevor May with the Mets It is all a fact, only the medical tests are expected to be made official, this being a reliever who has had a 3.19 ERA since he returned to the MLB in 2018 after Tommy John surgery.

Here is the report:

Trevor May sign with Mets and is coming from playing for the Minnesota Twins six seasons of MLB, where with a strikeout rate of 14.66 per nine innings he ranked seventh in the Big leagues, being a pitcher to follow closely.

In the last season of MLB, Trevor May he pitched in 24 games, with a 3.86 ERA, 38 strikeouts, seven walks and a total of two saves.

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