It’s time to make room for some time on the list.
This means that the Boston Red Sox will assign curtailed and former New York Mets Hansel Robles to the task. Now, there’s a place open for potential Brian Bello, who will make his league debut on Wednesday against the Toronto Blue Jays.
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According to the Boston Globe, there’s not much pressure on Belo’s start:
“Let’s calm down [Wednesday]Let him enjoy it. Whatever happens, it happens, ‘Director Alex Korra He said. This kid is going to be a huge part of this organization for a very long time, so tomorrow is about going out there and becoming a big player. If you’re a big player that’s going to go five times and not run, so be it. If it was three and he waived seven, so be it.”
Bellow previously played for the Worcester Red Sox, scoring 2.81 ERA in 9 games. The 23-year-old told The Boston Globe:
“I’m really happy to get the chance to make my MLB debut here at Fenway in front of all the fans,” he said. “I’ve been working hard for this moment to be here and I’m excited. I’m just ready to go.”
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As for the 31-year-old Robles, he has been a disappointment this year in Boston, going 1-3 with two saves and 5.84 ERAs in 26 games. The Red Sox acquired it before the trade deadline last year in a deal with the Minnesota Twins.
The eight-year veteran made his MLB debut in 2015 with the Mets. In over three seasons with New York, Robles posted a 4.07 ERA in 187 appearances.
The Los Angeles Angels chose to exempt Robles from the Mets in 2018.
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