Four Aggies Help Propel Teams to MLB Playoffs – Texas A&M Athletics

BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, Texas – With the Major League Baseball common season finishing Wednesday, 4 gamers helped their groups achieve the MLB Playoffs which get started Friday with the wild card spherical.
A.J. Minter claimed a National League Eastern Division pennant with the Atlanta Braves. Tyler Naquin (New York Mets), Brooks Raley (Tampa Bay Rays) and Ross Stripling (Toronto Blue Jays) all nabbed wild card playoff spots.
Minter and the Braves open postseason play on Tuesday, October 11 after they host the Philadelphia Phillies or St. Louis Cardinals to start a best possible-of-5 National League Division Series.
Naquin and the Mets host the San Diego Padres in a best possible-of-3 National League Wild Card Series beginning Friday at Citi Field.
Both American League Wild Card Series start Friday and have an Aggie. Stripling and the Blue Jays host the Seattle Mariners. Raley and the Rays play a highway collection on the Cleveland Guardians.
The 2022 common season wrapped up with seven Aggies seeing Major League motion.
The Aggies seeing Major League motion in 2022:
Ryan Hendrix, pitcher (Cincinnati Reds)
Hendrix pitched in 9 video games in his 2d season with the Reds. He posted a nil-0 mark with 9 strikeouts in 8.1 innings. His two-12 months mark stands at 5-1 with 44 strikeouts in 40.0 innings.
Corbin Martin, pitcher (Arizona Diamondbacks)
Martin pitched in seven video games, together with two begins, in his 2d season with the Diamondbacks. He posted an 0-1 report with a 4.84 ERA and 21 strikeouts in 22.1 innings. His 3-12 months mark stands at 1-5 with 53 strikeouts in 57.2 innings.
Daniel Mengden, pitcher (Kansas City Royals)
Mengden pitched in 5 video games, together with one get started, in his first season with the Royals. He posted a nil-1 report with 8 strikeouts in 7.0 innings. His six-12 months mark stands at 17-21 with a 4.65 ERA and 232 strikeouts in 309.2 innings.
A.J. Minter, pitcher (Atlanta Braves)
Minter has been probably the most Braves’ key relievers in 2022. He has notched season bests in wins (5), appearances (75), innings pitched (70.0) and strikeouts (94). He owns a 5-4 report with 5 saves, a 2.06 ERA and nil.914 WHIP. His six-12 months mark stands at 16-19 with 25 saves, a three.24 ERA and 305 strikeouts in 249.2 innings.
Tyler Naquin, outfielder (Cincinnati Reds/New York Mets)
Naquin cut up time with the Reds and Mets this season, totaling 104 video games. He batted .232 with 46 runs, 19 doubles, 3 triples, 11 house runs and 46 RBI. In his 48 video games since becoming a member of the Mets, he has seven doubles, two triples, 4 house runs and 13 RBI. His seven-12 months totals come with a .265 batting reasonable with 439 hits, 97 doubles, 12 triples, 61 house runs and 237 RBI in 556 video games.
Brooks Raley, pitcher (Tampa Bay Rays)
Raley has been a standout within the Rays’ bullpen in 2022. He has logged season bests in appearances (60), innings pitched (53.2) and saves (6). He owns a 1-2 report to cross with the part-dozen saves, 2.68 ERA, 0.969 WHIP and 61 strikeouts. His 5-12 months MLB overall stands at 4-8 with 9 saves, a 4.64 ERA and 183 strikeouts in 161.0 innings.
Ross Stripling, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)
Stripling recorded profession bests for wins (10), innings pitched (134.1), ERA (3.01) and WHIP (1.020) all through his 2022 marketing campaign. He pitched 32 video games, together with 24 begins, posting a ten-4 report with one save and 111 strikeouts. His seven-12 months mark stands at 38-38 with a three.78 ERA and 622 strikeouts, in addition to a 2018 MLB All-Star Game variety.
Michael Wacha, pitcher (Boston Red Sox)
Wacha had a resurgent season with the Red Sox. He pitched in 23 video games, all begins, posting an 11-2 report with a three.32 ERA, 1.115 WHIP, 104 strikeouts and one shutout in 127.1 innings. His 10-12 months mark stands at 74-50 with a 4.05 ERA and 1,021 strikeouts, in addition to accolades because the 2013 National League Championship Series Most Valuable Player and a 2015 MLB All-Star Game variety.

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