Report: Astros, Mets pursuing one-time All-Star 1B Josh Bell

In spite of seeing their past twofold digit game lead in the NL East currently down to only 2 1/2 games over the Atlanta Braves, it would take an awe-inspiring breakdown for the New York Mets not to make the end of the season games in the fall, because of the extended postseason design. With a 10-game lead in the AL West over the course of the second-place, scorching Seattle Mariners, the Houston Astros seem to try and be more of a slam dunk to play significant baseball in October.
In any case, as per Andy Martino of SNY, both the Astros and Mets might be searching out a specific power bat to support their setup before very long. The MLB exchange cutoff time is Aug. 2.
Chime is in his 6th full major association season and second with the Washington Nationals. Through 341 at-bats and 93 games played, Bell drives the group in hits (106), copies (21), RBIs (50), batting normal (.311), and slugging rate (.504), and absolute bases (172).

The prospective 30-year-old Bell completed third in the NL Rookie of the Year casting a ballot in 2017 with the Pittsburgh Pirates in the wake of enlisting 26 homers, 90 RBIs, and a .255/.334/.466 slice line. He made his solitary All-Star group in 2019 with the Pirates and completed that year with professional highs in grand slams (37) and RBIs (116) among different classifications.

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