Chicago Cubs Veteran writer Valley Miley He left yesterday’s match with a narrow slant to the left after sending a strong kick, According to MLB.com. Miley, who will turn 36 next season, has had a frustrating season full of injuries. He started this season on the injured 10-day roster with a sore left elbow and dealt with an extra strain in his left shoulder before revitalizing him in early May. He would have started three times in May before facing injuries again, eventually being put on the 60-day injured list with a left shoulder strain in June.
Cubs’ acquisition of Miley via off-season concessions from the Cincinnati Reds was somewhat noteworthy, with a left-handed coming in with a $10 million salary for the 2022 season and Cubs not considered contenders entering the 2022 season. Miley was off of a four-year production stint, posting 3.53 Era in 425 1/3 rounds and 81 starts, albeit with a low strike rate of 18.0% and a walking rate of 8.1%. However, Miley ranked highly for his ability to miss bats. He was in the 95th percentile for average exit velocity, 83 percent for HardHit%, 75 percent for barrel%, and 77 percent for Chase rate in the 2021 season. With the Cubs out of competition in the 2022 playoffs and Miley a free agent at the end of the season , the Cubs may decide to end their season early and give starts to players who are fighting to start the rotation in the spring.
Elsewhere in the National League:
- The cubs were looking for Anthony RizzoHis heir, perhaps they found it, reports Athletic player Patrick Mooney. first base man Matt Murphys The 2022 season was great. Starting at High-A South Bend, the 24-year-old mashed pitchers up to .350/.389/.650 with a 1,039 OPS at 100 at-bat before being upgraded to Double-A Tennessee. Mervis picked up right where he left off, cut .300/.370/.596/.966 with 14 home runs in 203 at-bats, earned a promotion to Triple-A Iowa and continued to punish shooters, posting 297/.387/.595 lines Slanted for .982 OPS with 14 more home runs in 195 at-bats. Following this dominant display throughout the palace, Cubs manager David Ross He was somewhat timid about the Cubs’ plans for Murvis, noting that “there is no doubt that he will have a great opportunity ahead of him going forward” and that Mirvis is “definitely on the radar.”
- as such Washington citizensjunior pitcher Josiah Gray His 2022 season is wrapping up, and the citizens are closely watching the number of his rounds and have hinted that it could be closed early, As reported by MLB.com. Coming to the Citizens of Los Angeles Dodgers as part of Tria Turner And the Max Scherzer Trade in 2021, Gray showed flashes of brilliance and growing pains. Cumulatively, Gray reached a 5.17 ERA (27 starts) in 142 2/3 rounds with an above-average strike rate of 24.2% and a high walking rate of 10.4%. However, these numbers don’t explain the whole story, as Gray posted 1.13 PM in June (24 runs) and only allowed 13 hits and 3 earned runs. However, in July, Gray hit 6.75 ERA (26 2/3 innings), resulting in 30 hits and 20 points earned. With the Nationals at the bottom of the NL East, they may shift their focus to the 2023 season and give Gray an extended sabbatical in preparation for the 25-year-old season.
- In other citizens’ news, southpaw Mackenzie Gorwhich was obtained in Juan Soto And the Josh Bell On the trade deadline, he’s running again from left elbow inflammation, According to MLB.com. Gore has been on the casualty list since July 26 and is currently continuing his rehabilitation in Triple-A Fresno. The Nationals hope the 23-year-old will make at least one major league start with the team before the end of the season, and plan to have him throw over 75 pitches at the start of the next rehab.
- The Miami Marlins The rebuilding has yet to come to fruition, and the team may adjust its roster for the 2023 season. After trading Giancarlo StantonAnd the Christian WillichAnd the JT RealmotoAnd the Marcel Ozuna Within a few years, fans were aware that the team was in the process of rebuilding. However, the rebuilding has yet to show any moderate signs of success. After making a Posteason in 2020, it looks like the Marlins are destined to finish the season below .500 for the twelfth time in the past thirteen seasons. Article by Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald Reports indicate that the Marlins are watching the former first player JJ Bleday as a “serviceable starter or platoon player” and that he “does not stand out as a full-time focused player.” Since the late July call, Bleday has posted a slash of 0.169/.285/.305/.590 in his first MLB season with a 28.5% inflation but a 13% high walking rate. In a similar idea, Marlins are no longer “dependent on” Lowen Diaz As the first player on the base every day due to his poor offensive performance. In his third season in the Major League, Diaz posted a slash of 0.163/.223/.281/.504 slashes in 148 board appearances. Importantly, Diaz has seen his strike rate increase by 30.4% and walk by only 6.8%.