Mets acquire lefty specialist Brooks Raley from the Rays in a trade

Mets acquire lefty specialist Brooks Raley from the Rays in a trade

The Mets acquired left-handed pitcher Brooks Raley from the Rays on Wednesday, as reported by Jon Heyman of The Post.

In 60 appearances, the 34-year-old, a sixth-round pick by the Cubs in 2009, produced a 2.50 ERA, a 1-1 record, and six saves. In 53 2/3 innings, he tallied 61 strikeouts with a WHIP of 0.97.

After holding southpaws to a.155 batting average and a.482 OPS last season, he will provide the Mets with a weapon to deploy against left-handed hitters.

Brooks Raley, a left-handed reliever, is being acquired from the Rays by the Mets.
AP

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Raley, a self-proclaimed “strong believer in saber stats,” pitched for the Lotte Giants from 2015 to 2019 before returning to the United States.

To acquire Raley, the Mets sent Keyshawn Askew, a tenth-round pick in 2021, to the Rays.

 

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