Oakland Athletics acquired left-hander Mike Minor of the Texas Rangers on Monday, stepping up its rotation as it seeks to maintain its lead in the American League West, sources familiar with the trade told ESPN.
The 32-year-old Miner has been a rotating Rangers player since signing a three-year, $ 28 million entry into the 201
Auckland, who dropped two players to be named later in the deal, sought help from start-ups, who entered the day of the 4.84 ERA trading deadline. While rookie Jesus Luzardo and right-wing Chris Bassit are solid, Mike Fiers’ low strikes and high household levels are troubling, and Sean Manae and Frankie Montas have ERAs of 5.64 and 6.06, respectively. However, the A’s are 22-12, the third-best baseball record, and have a 2-hold lead over Houston Astros in their division.
A miner who owes a little less than $ 2 million for the rest of the season must be free this winter. His fast speed has taken a step back this season, going from an average of 92.6 miles per hour to 90.6 miles per hour, but he still scored 35 in 35⅓ innings. Its propensity to allow households increases the ERA to 5.60.
He has been a sought-after commercial candidate in the last term and in the winter, but Texas has kept him hoping to fight this season. In 12-21, the Rangers have the fourth worst record in baseball, and have also talked to teams about potentially moving right-winger Lance Lynn, who is emerging as a front-line starter, and entertainer Joey Gallo.