the Tampa Bay Rays will have a decision to make on ace Chris Archer.

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the Tampa Bay Rays will have a decision to make on ace Chris Archer.

Postby laiyongcai92 » Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:58 am

With the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline quickly approaching [url=][/url] , Ken Rosenthal of MLB on Fox reported on Saturday that Archer is drawing "significant interest" on the trade market:FOX Sports: MLB MLBONFOXWhat needs to happen for the Rays to trade ace Chris Archer?Ken_Rosenthal explains 8sI0tpynhMThe 29-year-old right-hander figures to be one of the top starting pitchers available at this year's deadline.Archer has a career earned run average of 3.68 and a 1.227 WHIP in seven years in the big leagues. Entering 2018, he had piled up 32-plus starts and 194-plus innings in four straight years. Not only that, but he is under club control through the 2021 season and is owed no more than $8.25 million at any point in his current contract.When he's on top of his game, that's an absolute bargain.However, it's been a tough year for him. He is 3-4 with a 4.29 ERA and a 1.381 WHIP in 15 starts, striking out 86 batters in 84 innings. His hits per nine innings (9.3) are up, his walks per nine are up (3.1) and his strikeouts per nine (9.2) are down. At his current pace, his earned run average will increase for the fourth consecutive campaign.Then again, he missed more than a month recently because of an abdominal strain. He has allowed four earned runs in his first two outings back [url=]Yasmany Tomas Jersey[/url] , spanning 7.2 innings. His last outing saw him strike out seven in 4.1 innings of work.Trading Archer would be the latest part of the rebuild process for Tampa Bay. This past offseason, the team got rid of third baseman Evan Longoria, closer Brad Boxberger, outfielder Corey Dickerson and pitcher Jake Odorizzi, with the first three being former All-Stars.At 49-48, the Rays are already 19 games back in the American League East and 9.5 back in the wild-card race. They could further the rebuild process by conducting a bidding war, but if they don't get blown away by an offer, they can always hold on to the right-hander for a reasonable price. Michael Reaves/Getty ImagesMilwaukee Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar offered support for teammate Josh Hader afterhis old racist, homophobic andmisogynistic tweets were uncovered during the 2018 All-Star Game.Aguilar posted a pair of tweets Wednesday saying the content of the offensive tweets isn't a reflection on Hader in the present day:Jesus Aguilar JAguilarMKEFirst of all I want to show my support to my friend and teammate [url=][/url] , Josh Hader. He made a mistake 7 years ago. He admitted, he apologized and most important: He learned from it.Jesus Aguilar JAguilarMKERegarding accusations of racism: I鈥檓 Venezuelan and with the skin color that I have, can tell you that it is a lie. Obviously he鈥檚 not racist.He鈥檚 a great player and a better person. Great teammate.And you know itMajor League Baseball announced Wednesday that Hader will have to attend sensitivity training and take part in MLB's diversity and inclusion initiatives.Addressing the situation after the All-Star Game, Hader was apologetic."It was something that happened when I was 17 years old," he said, according to For The Win'sTed Berg. "As a child, I was immature. I obviously said some things that weren't excusable. That doesn't reflect on the person I am today."There's no excuse for what was said. I'm deeply sorry for what I've said. It doesn't reflect any of my beliefs now."Brewers center fielder Lorenzo Cain admitted he was "surprised" by the content of his teammate's tweets but didn't want to dwell on them."I was surprised. Whenever somebody does something like that, you're always surprised," he said [url=]Chris Owings Jersey[/url] , per'sAdam McCalvy. "At the end of the day, you have to give people a second chance. You have to forgive people and move on from it. For me, it's over and done with."MLB had precedent to potentially suspend Hader.In September 2016, the Seattle Mariners banned catcher Steve Clevenger (then on the disabled list) without pay for the remainder of the season after he sent racist tweets regarding demonstrators who protested the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte.Houston Astros first baseman Yuli Gurriel was also suspended for the first five games of the 2018 campaign after he made an offensive and racist gesture toward Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Yu Darvish during Game 3 of the 2017 World Series.Likely because the tweets are from six to seven years ago, MLB will allow Hader to continue to pitch for the Brewers, though he could have to deal backlash in the Milwaukee locker room.

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