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Stroman missed the entire 2020 season after battling a calf injury and then opting out, but he'll return to the Mets after accepting the team's qualifying offer. Stroman's strikeout rate jumped after his trade to the National League, but with a career 58.7% ground ball rate, he'll need the Mets' infield defense to be better than it was in 2019. The trade for Francisco Lindor should help, as should his reported development of both a new split changeup and four-seam fastball. Stroman has always had a decent floor, but now out of the AL East and with some tweaks to his arsenal coming, he possesses plenty of upside as a late-round draft pick.
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Marcus Stroman accepts one-year qualifying offer from Mets
Marcus Stroman has accepted the one-year, $18.9 million qualifying offer from the Mets.
"After watching the presser, I’m beyond excited to play for you sir. I could feel the excitement and passion you’re going to bring daily. Let’s go be great!" Stroman posted on his personal Twitter account. He then tagged new Mets owner Steve Cohen, who has seemingly already made an impact on the club's culture. Stroman missed the entire 2020 season due to a calf injury that ultimately led to him opting out, but he certainly helps fill out the rotation in Queens. The 29-year-old posted a 3.22 ERA in 184 1/3 innings back in 2019.
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