After Colorado Rockies win, Dinelson Lamet’s exciting week continues

DENVER — Colorado Rockies Already claimed Dinelson Lamet waives, which are the final week in which a right-hander was designated for assignment or traded by one company.

Lamet was part the package Milwaukee Brewers Monday's trade sent Josh Hader, four-time All-Star closer to the team. San Diego Padres. Two days later, Lamet was assigned by the Brewers.

Friday's announcement by the Rockies was that they had taken Lamet and assigned right-hander Ashton Goudeau.

Lamet finished fourth in the NL Cy Young Award voting, finishing fourth with a 2.09 ERA. He was 3-1 during the 2020 pandemic-shortened season. However, he has been struggling since then due to injuries. Lamet, 30, had a record of 0-1 and a 9.49 ERA during 13 relief appearances for Padres.

Brewers also received reliever Taylor RogersIn the Hader deal, Esteury Rodriguez, an outfield prospect, and Robert Gasser, a pitching prospect.

The Brewers acquired Matt Bush as a relief pitcher Monday after the Hader trade. Texas Rangers Two minor leaguers were selected, left-hander Antoine Kelly (utilityman Mark Mathias) and utilityman Mark Mathias (left-hander). The team then acquired Trevor Rosenthal, a reliever from the San Francisco Giants Tuesday

David Stearns (Brewers president of baseball operations) stated that Dinelson is a solid player and was included in the trade. The roster fit became more difficult as a result of subsequent transactions. We are optimistic that we will be able keep him in the system.

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