Ahead of the 2022 season, the “rich club” New York Mets spent $258 million on recruits such as pitcher Max Scherzer.
However, they failed to win the World Series.
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Closer Edwin Diaz (5 years, $102 million), starting pitcher Justin Verlander (2 years, $86.66 million), lefty Jose Quintana (2 years, $26 million), outfielder Brandon Nemo (8 years) 162 million dollars) and Japanese pitcher Senga Godai (5 years, 75 million dollars).
However, as of the 6th (Korean time), the score was 17 wins and 16 losses, barely exceeding the 50% win rate. They are already five games behind the Atlanta Braves, who are in first place in the National League East Division.
With these results, it is not easy to get a wild card, let alone win the district championship.
They are investing a huge amount of money aiming to win the World Series, but in reality, they are ‘pouring water into a bottomless pit’.
The Mets traded pitcher Jacob deGrom for Justin Verlander.
Giving up deGrom seems like a good thing. DeGrom traded to the Texas Rangers, but was placed on the 15-day injured list.
But Verlander was also on the injured list and recently appeared.
Scherzer is becoming a ‘troubleshooter’. He was also suspended for 10 games for alleged use of a foreign substance.
In his first appearance after returning, he was beaten up by LA Dodgers hitters. His earned run average is 5.56 this season. worse than last year
Steve Cohen’s owner’s conviction that money will solve everything seems to be a ‘long dream’.