On the verge of a big league change deadline this Wednesday, Houston Astros acquired real star Zac Greinke from "Arizona D & # 39; Bucks", while "Tampa Bay Rays" became Venezuelan goalkeeper Jesus Aguilar.
Greenke joins in a robust rotation led by the stars Justin Verlander and Gerrit Kohl. The Astros also acquired the rights of Aaron Sanchez and Toronto Blue Ace.
The Diamondbacks acquired to replace Greinke in the rotation against right-hander Mike Lake of the Seattle Marians.
Lake is 9-8 with a 4.40 ERA this season for Seattle. It is the fourth year of five seasons, a $ 80 million deal.
Greenke is 10-4 this season with a 2.87 ERA in 22 starts. The law, which won the Cy Young Pitching Award with the Kansas City Royals in 2009, has a historic balance of 197-122 with a 3.36 ERA in 16 specialty seasons.
Greenke is a guarantee for the Astros should Cole move to free agency after this season. Greenkeep is signed to the 2021 campaign with a salary of $ 32 million in 2020 and 2021.
Venezuela's first pool, Jesus Aguilar, was replaced by Milwaukee brewers in the Tampa Bay. The Brewers, who are just a game-and-a-half from the Cardinals, leaders of the National League Central Division and one of the Chicago Cubs (second), receive in return akeike Sharia.
Aguilar, 29, had his best year last season with an average of .274 with 35 homers and 108 RBIs. He has batted just 0.225 this season with eight home runs and 34 RBIs.
Sharia, 35, threw 10 tackles this year and has a 2.70 ERA in pure racing.