Edwin Diaz’s wife Nashaly has over 100 million causes to rejoice.
The Mets signed their nearer to a five-year contract price $102 million, probably the most money ever signed for by a aid pitcher, earlier this week.
Nashaly celebrated her husband’s record accomplishment on Instagram.
“Today we celebrate this great achievement you have worked so hard for 🎉🎺,” she wrote, in line with a Google translation from Spanish. “Honey, I’m so proud of you. I have been part of the whole process, I have seen your training and preparation on and off the field. After so many years of sacrifice today we see the fruit of all your effort and you deserve it. We love you and we are so proud of you 😍. Congratulations my love @ sugardiaz39 🎺.”
The trumpet emojis are a nod to Timmy Trumpet, whose tune “Narco” has change into Diaz’s trademark walk-up music.
The couple was accompanied by their two younger youngsters in Nashaly’s celebratory photograph.
The 28-year-old nearer had a 1.31 ERA and 32 saves this previous season for the Mets; he had 118 strikeouts in 62 innings, and a .839 WHIP.
The Mets acquired Diaz from the Mariners after the 2018 season, together with Robinson Cano, in a commerce that noticed prospect Jarred Kelenic go to Seattle.