Mets bring back veteran reliever Tommy Hunter on minor-league deal, per report


The New York Mets have actually signed seasoned reducer Tommy Hunter to a minor-league agreement, The Athletic reports. According to the report, Hunter will head to the Mets’ training complex in Port St. Lucie, Fla., today and ought to be all set for video game action, whether in the majors or minors, by June. 

The right-handed Hunter, 35, invested part of last season with the Mets, however back issues restricted him to simply 4 looks. 

Overall, Hunter owns a PERIOD of 4.04 (107 PERIOD+) and a K/BB ratio of 3.03 throughout parts of 14 MLB seasons. Of his 476 profession video games pitched, 400 have actually come out of the bullpen. Along the method, Hunter invested parts of 5 seasons with the Orioles under Buck Showalter, who now handles the Mets.

Going into Tuesday night’s video game versus the Cardinals, the Mets rank 15th in the majors with a bullpen age of 3.45. Nearly 3 weeks into the 2022 season, the 13-5 Mets lead MLB in wins and own a 4.5-game lead in the NL East.

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