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Mets Star Closing Pitcher Makes his Spring Training Debut

Photo by Edwin Díaz

PORT ST. LUCIE FL: The New York Mets closing pitcher Edwin Díaz and his trumpets are officially back. Díaz missed all of 2023 due to him injuring himself in the World Baseball Classic last year. Edwin Díaz suffered a torn patellar tendon last March. Now, Edwin Díaz is fully healthy and ready to pitch.


2022 was Edwin Díaz's last full season in MLB. He was definitely one of the best closing pitchers in baseball if not the best. In 61 appearances, Díaz pitched to a 3-1 record, 1.31 ERA, 32 saves, 118 SO, and a 0.839 WHIP.


Yesterday, Edwin Díaz made his first appearance out of the bullpen for the Mets in over a year. As usual, Edwin Díaz was electric.

 

Edwin Díaz's final line in his first appearance of 2024:


1 IP | 0 H | 0 ER | 0 BB | 3 SO

 

It's better for baseball when Edwin Díaz is pitching. He brings so much energy. It's great to see Edwin Díaz back out on the mound pitching in live games after missing an entire season.

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