‘500 million dollars into the air’ virtually gave up the season, US local criticism exploded “Expensive roster failure in ML history”

The New York Mets, which poured over $500 million last winter, turned into sellers. In effect, the season was abandoned. Ace Max Scherzer (39) made a shocking decision to let go.

The Mets traded with the Texas Rangers on the 30th (Korean time). Scherzer goes to Texas and Louis Angel Acuña, brother of Ronald Acuña Jr., wears a Mets uniform.

Although the agreement between the clubs was over earlier, Scherzer’s exercise of the trade veto and the Mets’ annual salary subsidy were the key to the final agreement, but eventually the agreement was finalized and officially announced.

It was the Mets who opened their wallets hotly last winter, but it gave birth to futile results in one season.

The Mets failed to win the World Series despite winning 101 games in the regular season last year. I set out to restore my honor.

Under the active support of owner Steve Cohen, Justin Verlander and 2 years, $86 million, Verlander (2 years, $86.6 million), Senga Godai (5 years, $75 million), Jose Quintana (2 years, $26 million), David Robertson (1 $10 million a year), etc.

Here is not the end. It succeeded in cracking down on internal free agents such as Edwin Diaz (5 years, $102 million), Brandon Nemo (8 years, $162 million), and Adam Ottavino (2 years, $14.5 million).

I spent close to 500 million dollars (about 639 billion won) to sign all of them. It was to the point of being spotlighted as an investment that will remain in the history of the major leagues.

However, after entering the season, the effect of the investment is insignificant. The team is not performing well due to injuries and sluggishness of key players.스포츠토토

With 49 wins and 54 losses, they fell to fourth place in the National League East Division. Eventually, ahead of the trade deadline, the Mets ended up giving up the season.

Even in the US, the Mets’ actions were criticized.

The New York Times pointed out, “The most expensive roster in MLB history has failed. Cohen’s owner spent 500 million dollars to regain World Series glory, but the money did not guarantee anything.”

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