As a lot of us Mariner fans and baseball fans in general, Mitch Hanigers trade rumors have been flying around for a little while now, but a lot of us don’t know some rumored deals for Mariner ace Marco Gonzalez.
Marco starting in 34 games compiled a 16-13 record while throwing 146 strikeouts over 203 innings pitched. His groundball percentage was just a tad over 40 percent as it was a bit easy for him to get the ball into double play zone.
These numbers are swelled gratitude to his strength in the course of the last barely any seasons. Gonzales is an aggregator more so than a Top 30 arm, yet 200 innings of normal or better pitching is as yet significant. Actually, by fWAR, Gonzales was the 25th most important starter in all of baseball one year from now.
Gonzales additionally has 4-long years of club control remaining and is just entering his age-28 season. Along these lines, in principle, Gonzales is a strong exchange target. Be that as it may, groups who would pay prospect capital for a #4 are regularly contenders. Also, contenders regularly have a solid turn set up. So finding a team with the possibilities to complete an arrangement a requirement for Gonzales is intense.
Would expect him to throw at least 180 innings as 200 was a lot for Marco since he’s only 28, I expect a trade from the Rangers or the Angels to get Marco.