Marcus Stroman signing with Cubs as time with Mets is over

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Marcus Strowman is leaving for the Windy City from New York.

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The 30-year-old right-handed batsman announced on Twitter that he is signing a contract with the Cubs after spending more than two years with the Mets.

“Chicago has always been one of my favorite cities. Culture and passion everywhere. Beyond excited to pitch in front of one of the best fan bases in all sports,” says Strowman wrote on twitter, “Thank you for the warm welcome to everyone in the city. I can feel it. let’s get to work!”

Marcus Strowman is leaving the Mets for the Cubs.
Robert Sabo

Strowman had a strong 2021 season for the Mets, pitching a 3.02 ERA with 1.15 WHIPs making 33 starts.

The Mets acquired Strowman ahead of the 2019 trade deadline. He had a 3.77 ERA in 11 for the rest of that season before being pulled out of the COVID-shortened 2020 season.

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“Wrigley Field is the only big league stadium I haven’t pitched in my career. Crazy,” wrote Strowman. “Can’t wait to call it home!”


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