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Denyi Reyes will get start after Carlos Carrasco was put on waivers

Carlos Carrasco’s tenure with the Mets was further jeopardized by the irrevocable waiver of the struggling pitcher ahead of Tuesday’s loss to the Rangers, according to the newspaper’s Joel Sherman.

Any team willing to take on the remaining $2.6 million on Carrasco’s expiring contract can acquire him.

If pending free agency isn’t claimed, he’ll remain on the Mets’ roster.

Carrasco started 29 games with the Mets in 2022 and went 15-7 with a 3.97 ERA. Ta.

That includes his most recent Saturday start against the Angels, where he allowed just five outs and five earned runs before being knocked out.

Mets manager Buck Showalter said earlier Tuesday that the Mets are considering starting Carrasco in Wednesday’s series finale after a three-day rest.


Denny Reyes will start a spot for the Mets on Wednesday.
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But Showalter called Denny Reyes out of Triple-A Syracuse as a spot starter after the Mets lost 2-1 to the Rangers, and Kodai Senga got two extra days to pitch against the Mariners on Friday. announced that it will be given rest.

“Reyes will start, but we’ll be making some other adjustments to add him to the roster and give Kodai a little more rest,” Showalter said. “We knew the number of innings after the break and we were pretty determined to get some things done.” [Senga] to get through the seasons. We protect his innings and pitches. ”


Kevin Parada, the No. 5 prospect in the system and No. 94 in baseball overall, was promoted from High-A Brooklyn to Double-A Binghamton on Tuesday, according to MLB Pipeline.

The 2022 11th overall pick by Georgia Tech has appeared in 87 games for the Cyclones this season, batting .265 with 11 homers, 42 RBIs and a .768 OPS.

The top two prospects in the organization, Luisangel Acuna and Drew Gilbert, acquired in deadline trades for Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander respectively, were already on Binghamton’s roster.


Left-handed pitcher Adam Coralek and outfielder Abraham Almonte cleared their waivers and were permanently transferred to Triple-A Syracuse, but Coralek did not accept the designation and chose free agency.

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