After coming off a huge winning streak against the best team in baseball, the… mets They add even more power to their lineup: The team calls on Mask Gary Sanchez of Triple-A Syracuse, league sources tell SNY.
Sanchez, a two-time all-star YankeesHe signed a minor league deal with the Mets earlier this month. He had the right to withdraw from his contract on Friday.
In seven games for Syracuse, Sanchez had a 1.077 OPS. Perhaps just as importantly, reports on his defense have been solid, leading the Mets to believe he could form a quality tandem with the rookie. Francisco Alvarez.
Sanchez, 30, hit 138 home runs in seven seasons as a Yankee, but his production is starting to wane. Before last season, the Yankees traded him Minnesota In the Josh Donaldson commerce. He posted 659 OPS for the Twins, hitting 16 home runs.
Sanchez went unsigned this year until spring training, then opted out of a minor league deal with him San Francisco. Next, the Mets – its general manager, Billy Eppler He was the Yankees assistant general manager for much of Sanchez’s time as the best prospect out there – catch him.
Now Sanchez will have a chance to prove he can stay with the team. In the short term, it will be easy, but that’s when the hunters get hurt Omar Narvez And Thomas Nido Returning, the Mets would face a menu crisis.
Of the four, only Alvarez can be selected in the minor leagues. Alvarez struggled at the plate during his call-up, but earned solid reviews from the pitchers and coaching staff.