The Mets DFA Travis D'Arnaud

The Mets DFA Travis D'Arnaud

by Darren Meenan April 28, 2019 0 Comments

It seems like the end of the road for Travis d'Arnaud and the Mets. The team made the move to DFA Travis, and bring up Tomas Nido. 

I've always pulled pretty hard for Travis. Hopes were high right out of the gate when the Dickey trade went through, but it unfortunately never fully panned out.  The injury bug struck hardest last season when he had to undergo Tommy John surgery, and at this point in time for the Mets, they feel it's best to move on. 

I wish nothing but the best for Travis, and hope he lands on his feet somewhere real soon. Thanks for always being great to me, my family, and the fans. 




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