Mets made a little shake in his hall on Saturday.
Tyler Bashlor was officially sent back to Triple-A after being released on 26th Friday, as was Tim Peterson until Chris Fleksen of the big league. In addition, Mets acquired RHP Brooks Pounders from Cleveland in exchange for monetary considerations. Hector Santiago was officially appointed for appointment.
Fleksen, a right hand, appeared in two games for Metz this season, 0-2 with 11.12 EPA. In the last three years he has appeared in 20 Matches, composing 8.70 ERA over 60 innings.
The pounds, the 6-foot 5-right pitcher, appeared in 38 games for three seasons in majors, one with the Royal, the Angels and the Rocky Mountains. He recorded 8.92 ERA as he threw 38.1
"I think we have and will continue to look for ways to improve our position," Van Wagenen said before Saturday's game. "I do not think it's a surprise for this group or for our fans that we've lost some games since the end of the game. last year that we had the opportunity to win, so we will continue to look for all the opportunities to try to make some more success for the last nine outs of the game. "
And while he said the team would always look for ways to improve, he also gave the vote of confidence to the band, as it now exists
" We have a good group of boys who work with their queues, "said Van Wagenen. "They work hard, have talent, and at this point we will continue to be proactive to try to find solutions that will help them be more consistent and obviously give some extra chances for boys to come here and to contribute This group will not give up and we will continue to work together for to try to get the most out of them. "
Jeurys Familia resolved four winning draws on Friday, including a pair of cardinals running, which eventually condemned Metz."
"We are glad that is healthy, "Van Wagenen said." The ball goes out of his hand. He has speed, there is a fastball movement. We just have to find a little more consistency. It was electric the other night at the Yankee Stadium. He shows signs when he comes back from IL this is the same person who has always been, and we have confidence that he can come back where he was. "
As for Edwin Diaz who lost the suspended game that began on Friday, Wagenen said his past experience was in favor of a bounce back from a few bad outings. I think there is a volatility in the crisis in the game, "said Van Wagenen." Edwin has experience in performance. He was very good for us. He had several rough outings. Yesterday it was difficult, but he would go back and make sure we put resources in order to make him the best version of himself. "