Whether you like it or not, the World Baseball Classic is back in what could be it’s final iteration (rumors have been flying around that unless it can get more profitable, this may be the last one, more on that on a later date).
The tournament is tough for players trying to get their stamina up for the season and stay healthy, while other players struggle to commit while they are in active position battles.
Mets Players Who Are In:
- Asdrubal Cabrera – Venezuela
- Nabil Crismatt – Columbia
Mets Players Who Are Out:
- Noah Syndergaard
Nabil Crismatt has been in the Mets system since he was 17 in 2012, he finished his 2016 season at 21 years old and reaching as high as Binghamton. 2014 was first time in US in the Gulf Coast league and he spent all of 2015 with Kingsport. This year he posted a 3.19 ERA over 8 games and 31.0 innings in Brooklyn, then a 1.88 ERA over 28.2 innings in Columbia before his 1 start, (1 ER over 6.0 innings) in AA.