What did the Mets get for Jose Bautista?

Asked By: Anatalia Litim | Last Updated: 29th April, 2020
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The Mets traded Bautista to the Philadelphia Phillies for a player to be named later or cash on August 28, 2018. He batted .244 for the Phillies with a .404 OBP and .870 OPS. He was the 9th-oldest player in the National League.

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Keeping this in view, who is Jose Bautista playing for?

Dominican Republic national baseball team

Beside above, did Jose Bautista retire 2019? Bautista, who hit . 203 with 13 home runs, 48 RBIs and a . 727 OPS in 122 games for the Braves, Mets and Phillies in 2018, says he didn't play in '19 because the right offer never came along. Nonetheless, Bautista says he continues to work out and has no plans to officially retire.

Correspondingly, what team is Jose Bautista 2019?

It's perhaps easy to forget that the Philadelphia Phillies are Jose Bautista's third team this season. After a brief, troubled stint with the Atlanta Braves (who recently clinched the NL East), Joey Bats raised his stock in New York with the Mets before being shipped to the Phillies in a last minute August trade.

What number is Jose Bautista?

Bautista wore No. 23 during his first two seasons with the Blue Jays, in 2008-09, and then took over 19 once Scutaro left as a free agent. It's the number he made famous while becoming a six-time all-star. Other prominent Blue Jays to wear 19 include Fred McGriff and Paul Molitor.

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Is Jose Bautista hurt?

Jose Bautista Injury: Updates on Blue Jays Star's Shoulder and Return. Right fielder Jose Bautista is the anchor in the middle of the Toronto Blue Jays lineup. It was revealed on April 22 that he was suffering from a shoulder injury. He was able to return to the lineup on Monday against the Boston Red Sox.

How much does Jose Bautista make?

18 million USD (2017)

How old is Jose Bautista?

39 years (October 19, 1980)

Is Jose Bautista a Hall of Famer?

Do you think José Bautista will/should get into the Hall of Fame? He still has quite awhile to wait until he's eligible, but his career was incredible. Jose, at his peak, is absolutely HOF worthy.

Is Jose Bautista playing?

Bautista last played for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2018. He began that year with the Atlanta Braves, who released him a month after signing him to a minor league deal. The New York Mets signed him to a one-year deal in May before trading him to the Phillies in late August.

Is Jose Bautista and Dave Bautista related?

David Michael Bautista Jr. (born January 18, 1969) is an American actor, retired professional wrestler, former mixed martial artist and bodybuilder.

Dave Bautista
Spouse(s) Glenda Bautista ( m. 1990; div. 1998) Angie Bautista ( m. 1998; div. 2006) Sarah Jade ( m. 2015; sep. 2019)
Children 3

Does Jose Bautista have kids?

Estela Marie Bautista
Ava Bautista

Is Jose Reyes retiring?

Jose Reyes isn't retiring just yet. The infielder hopes to join a team before spring training to play out his 17th season in the MLB, according to a report from Newsday, which cites an unidentified source who may be David Wright. Reyes has played 12 of his 17 seasons with the Mets.

Who is Jose Reyes playing for this year?

José Reyes (infielder) José Bernabénis Reyes (born June 11, 1983) is a Dominican-American former professional baseball infielder. He played, most notably at shortstop, in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the New York Mets, Miami Marlins, Toronto Blue Jays, and Colorado Rockies. Reyes is a four-time MLB All-Star.

Is Jose Reyes Playing 2019?

Jose Reyes Hopes To Play In 2019. Veteran infielder Jose Reyes is planning to play the 2019 season, Anthony Rieber of Newsday reports on Twitter. That terribly unfortunate event ultimately set the stage for Reyes to return to the Mets, where he has played for the past three seasons.

When did Matt Holliday retire?

Matt Holliday
Runs batted in 1,220
Colorado Rockies (2004–2008) Oakland Athletics (2009) St. Louis Cardinals (2009–2016) New York Yankees (2017) Colorado Rockies (2018)
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