Nabil Crismatt named FSL Pitcher of the Week


The Florida State League announced on Monday that St. Lucie Mets pitcher Nabil Crismatt was selected as the League’s Pitcher of the Week.

On Friday, Crismatt threw seven shutout innings and earned the win in the Mets 4-0 victory over the Dunedin Blue Jays at First Data Field. Crismatt matched his career-high with 11 strikeouts. He did not walk a batter and allowed just three singles. He threw 104 pitches.

Crimatt struck out the side in the sixth, then fanned the final two batters he faced in the seventh to complete his gem.

Crismatt, 22, is from Barranquilla, Colombia. He is in his first season with St. Lucie. He signed with the Mets as a non-drafted free agent in 2011.

Crismatt pitched for team Colombia in the World Baseball Classic in March. He started an elimination game against the Dominican Republic at Marlins Park and pitched three innings. He received a no-decision.

This is the first FSL Pitcher or Player of the Week award for the Mets this season.


Thomas Brennan said...

Great job

Thomas Brennan said...

Crismatt was brilliant again last night for St Lucie. His last 2 starts, 15 IP, 0 R, 20 K, 1 BB, 7 H. A star is born?

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