Robbie Ray declared that he was leaving the team because of his poor performance.

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Jim Bowden of CBS Sports HQ announced on Friday that the Seattle Mariners and the San Francisco Giants had reached an agreement on a three-player trade that will send Robbie Ray, the former Cy Young winner, to the Giants. In exchange, Seattle will receive right-hander Anthony DeSclafani and outfielder Mitch Haniger. According to Ken Rosenthal, the Mariners are also trying to complete a minor trade with the Rays.

The most well-known person in the deal is Ray, 32. He had just one start in 2023 before missing the remainder of the season due to an elbow injury. Although he had Tommy John surgery in late April, his return is not anticipated until the second part of 2024.

Ray, 32, is the biggest name in the deal. He’s coming off a 2023 season in which he was limited to just one start before being lost to an elbow injury. He underwent Tommy John surgery in late April, but is not expected back until the second half of the 2024 season.

Ray won AL Cy Young honors in 2021 as a member of the Blue Jays, and for his career he owns an ERA+ of 109 with a K/BB ratio of 2.89 across parts of 10 major-league seasons. Ray is under contract through the 2026 season and is owed $73 million over that span.

On the Seattle side of things, they get a reunion with Haniger, who sent five seasons with them before signing with the Giants as a free agent in December 2022. Haniger in his age-32 season slashed .209/.266/.365 with six home runs in 61 games. DeSclafani, who turns 34 in April, made 18 starts and one relief appearance for the Giants last season with a 4.88 ERA and 3.95 K/BB ratio. For his career he has an ERA+ of 101 over nine seasons. The Mariners will also receive cash considerations in the trade.


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