Padres acquire starter Joe Musgrove in three-team trade with Pirates and Mets, per report breaking news SonDakika-Haberleri.Net
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The San Diego Padres are still adding to their rotation. The Padres are set to acquire right-hander Joe Musgrove in a three-team trade with the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Mets, report ESPN’s Jeff Passan and the San Diego Union Tribune‘s Kevin Acee. None of the three teams have announced the trade.
- November 27, 20202 weeks ago
Here are the trade details:
- Padres receive: RHP Joe Musgrove
- Mets receive: LHP Joey Lucchesi
- Pirates receive: RHP David Bednar, LHP Omar Cruz, OF Hudson Head, RHP Drake Fellows, C/OF Endy Rodriguez
The Padres get Musgrove for Bednar, Cruz, Head, Fellows, and Lucchesi. The Mets get Lucchesi for Rodriguez. The Pirates get all that for Musgrove. Got all that? Good.
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Musgrove, 28, was a trendy breakout pick heading into 2020 given the mechanical tweaks he made late in 2019. Those adjustments led to the highest strikeout (33.1 percent), swing-and-miss (14.4 percent), and ground ball (48.4 percent) rates of his career by far last season. Musgrove will make $4.45 million in 2021 and remain under team control in 2022.