Even with Marcus Stroman and Jameson Taillon within the rotation, the Cubs had been wanting so as to add one other arm to hitch what will probably be a really younger rotation heading into the 2023 MLB season.
The Mets are getting a pitcher who cruised to a 2.59 ERA over 1089 innings within the Nippon Skilled Baseball League. With a five-year, $75 million deal and full no-trade clause, Senga will probably be becoming a member of one of the vital potent (and costly) rotations in baseball.
With Senga off the desk, Chicago will both need to look elsewhere for extra rotation assist or hope that a number of the younger weapons like Justin Steele and Hayden Wesneski can keep wholesome and proceed to develop from their 2022 kinds.
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