The ephemeral passage of Gary Sánchez with the New York Mets

the catcher Gary Sanchez shined in the big leagues for seven years with the New York Yankees and was even a two-time All-Star and once Silver Slugger recipient. However, since he left the ‘Manhattan Mules’, his career has not returned to what it once was.

New York Metswho had taken the Dominican with a minor league contract in the first days of May, designated for assignment after three games in the majors. Sánchez was cut from the squad to make way for Tomás Nido, who was on the disabled list.

Sánchez saw action in three games and registered a hit with a run produced in six at bats. His batting averages were .167/.143/.167 and an OPS of .310.

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Gary Sánchez’s path since leaving the Yankees

Sanchez’s journey has been rocky since the Yankees traded him to the Minnesota Twins. prior to the 2022 season of the ‘Big Top’. With the AL Central team he played 128 games, but only 91 as a receiver.

The catcher asked to be a free agent at the end of the year and after his participation in the World Classic signed a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants. With the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats he saw action in 16 games and posted .164/.319/.182 averages after connecting for nine hits in 55 at bats.

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