Mets Release D.J. Carrasco

The Mets released reliever D.J. Carrasco, Adam Rubin of reports (on Twitter). The Mets had designated the right-hander for assignment nine days ago.

Carrasco, 35, appeared in four games for the Mets this year, allowing six hits, including two home runs, in 3 2/3 innings of work. He'll earn $1.2MM in 2012, the final season of his two-year, $2.4MM contract. The eight-year veteran is now available to other teams for the MLB minimum salary of $480K. Gaylord Sports Management represents Carrasco.

8 Responses to Mets Release D.J. Carrasco Leave a Reply

  1. Yes! Manny Acosta next.

  2. MB923 3 years ago

    Yankees will sign him to a minor league deal

  3. Blue387 3 years ago

    Former Pirates on the Mets now down to two.

  4. brian310 3 years ago

    Later that day…
    “Cubs sign pitcher D.J. Carrasco to a minor league deal”

  5. D.j. Wilson 3 years ago


  6. Us ny mets fans wish you the best.

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