ESPN Digital May 26, 2023, 08:08 ET Read: 3 min.
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New venture catcher Gary Sanchez could end his assignment with the New York Mets with Thursday’s move.
Face Tomas Nido (eye) has been reinstated from the disabled list and the rest of the team’s catcher, Omar Narváez, has been placed on a rehab assignment at Class A Brooklyn High.
With them, the Mets team would once again have their first corps of catchers, which also includes Francisco Álvarez, a young 21-year-old Venezuelan player who was the first player in that position.
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Sanchez saw action in three major league games in which he had just one hit in seven plate appearances with one RBI and three strikeouts to put up a .167/.143/.167 log.
Troubled problems prevented the former Yankee player from reintegrating into the MLB, including a failed attempt at the start of the season with the San Francisco Giants.
Although Sánchez’s destination has not yet been officially confirmed, it is expected that if he does not generate interest from other teams, he may return to the Mets’ triple-A branch.
However, considering what happened at the beginning of the season with the San Francisco team, Sánchez had a clause in his contract in which his main goal was to be in the Major Leagues, which ultimately did not happen, so it was decided. to leave the organization at the beginning of May.
In his career, where his best years were with the New York Yankees, Sánchez averaged .225/.311/.466 with 154 home runs, 402 RBIs, 341 runs scored and 721 hits in 669 games played.
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