On Tuesday, the Seattle Mariners acquired right-handed pitcher Ernesto Frieri in a very low-cost trade. According to ESPN, the Texas Rangers sold the player to their American League West rivals for $1. Frieri is passing through a rough path in his career and the Rangers decided to exchange the player. On June 15, Texas signed him as a minor league free agent. Frieri struggled with a 5.14 ERA in six appearances for the Rangers, what made him a very hard player to exchange. Firer has also pitched for the San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Angels, Pittsburgh Pirates and Tampa Bay Rays throughout all his career.
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The peak of his career was from 2010 through 2012. He finished the 2010 season with a 1.71 ERA, the 2011 season with a 2.71 ERA and the 2012 season with a 2.32 ERA, all outstanding for the young player. However, he failed big time and didn’t pitch in 2016 with Philadelphia Phillies getting released during the spring training.
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Back then, Servais was the assistant general manager in Los Angeles when the player was there. The coach used to call him as somebody with major league experience and a player you can count on. The player was a hell of a pitcher back then, but when he arrived to the Rangers, he started losing control and talent. Seattle is currently in the center of the table, middling 13th in the league in bullpen ERA. If he finds his normal or past shape, it will definitely be a great input to the team.