Brandon Nemo (29, Mets) is absent from the WBC.

Anthony DiComo of the US ‘’ said on the 7th (Korean time), “Nemo does not play in the World Baseball Classic (WBC). He played for the Italian national team in 2017, but will not play in this tournament.”

Nemo was drafted by the New York Mets in the 1st round, 13th overall, in the 2011 draft. Nemo made his big league debut in the 2016 season and appeared in 32 games, going 20-for-73 with one home run for a batting average 토토사이트of 0.274 OPS of 0.667.

Nemo, who represented Italy at the 2017 WBC, hit a one-run home run against Venezuela, but Italy went 1-3 and was eliminated from the group stage. It is the first WBC in six years following the 2017 WBC, but Nemo does not participate.

After participating in the 2017 WBC, Nemo recorded 46 hits in 177 at bats in 69 games, 5 homers, 21 RBIs, a batting average of 0.260 OPS and 0.797 in the 2017 season. In the 2018 season, he appeared in 140 games, going 114 hits in 433 at-bats with 17 home runs and 47 RBIs with a batting average of .263 and an OPS of .887.

However, there have been injury problems since the 2019 season. He was placed on the disabled list due to a neck injury during the 2019 season and only appeared in 69 games, and was sluggish with 44 hits in 199 at-bats, 8 homers, 29 RBIs, a batting average of 0.221 and an OPS of 0.782. In the 2020 season, which was shortened in the aftermath of Corona 19, he achieved good results with 52 hits in 186 at-bats, 8 homers, 18 RBIs, a batting average of 0.280 and an OPS of 0.888.

However, he suffered a finger injury in May 2021 and returned in July. After that, he suffered a hamstring injury and was unable to play the season properly. In the 2021 season, 92 games, 325 at-bats, 95 hits, 8 home runs, 28 RBIs, a batting average of 0.292 OPS 0.838 were marked.

In his last season, he appeared in 151 games, the most in a single season of his personal career. Nemo went 580 with 159 hits, 102 runs scored, 16 homers, and 64 RBIs for a .274 OPS of .800. After the season, Nemo entrusted his future to the Mets by signing an eight-year, $162 million (approximately 203.3 billion won) contract with the Mets.

Ahead of the first season of his long-term contract, Nemo will be absent from the WBC and will focus on the Mets. According to the American media ‘Yahoo’, Nemo said, “I’m just trying to train my body and keep a healthy body. I had a pretty good season last year. There are definitely areas where I can improve. “I want to do that, but I’m just trying to be a more consistent player based on last year’s success.”

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