Mets sign LHP Nate Fisher to minor league contract: report

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On Saturday, the Mets signed LHP Nate Fisher to a minor league contract, according to SNY contributor Jacob Resnick.

Fisher, who went undrafted in 2019 out of Nebraska, pitched for the Seattle Mariners’ Triple-A team the Tacoma Rainiers in 2021 where he had a 2.89 ERA and 11.3 K/9.

The 25-year-old has yet to pitch in the majors, but in two seasons in the minors he sports a 3.53 ERA in 79 innings to go along with 87 strikeouts and 18 walks and will undoubtedly fight for a spot in the Mets bullpen in 2022.

After getting cut by the Mariners during the COVID-19 season in 2020, Fisher took a finance job for two years only to be re-signed by Seattle in 2021, as noted by Resnick.