His father, José, took him to baseball practice three days a week and Nabil just played as a hobby...Moved to the Dominican Republic when he was 15 for an opportunity to play baseball competitively...in 2021, Nabil’s father, mother, and brothers came to watch him play in the United States for the first time...Looked up to fellow Colombian pitcher, Jose Quintana...Played for Team Colombia in the 2017 World Baseball Classic...Lives in Florida with his wife, Maria, and baby daughter, Nicole...Crismatt was born on Christmas Day, 1994...His favorite food is Arabian food, marmahon. It is like couscous with tomato sauce with chicken. And he likes hojas de parra, stuffed grape leaves...He loves going to the San Diego zoo.
Posted a career-best 2.94 ERA, joining Robert Suarez (2.27) and Joe Musgrove (2.93) as the three SD hurlers with sub-3.00 ERAs...Appeared in a career-high 50 games (one start), tied with Steven Wilson for 3rd-most out of the SD pen, trailing only Luis Garcia (64) and Tim Hill (55)...His five winning decisions tied with Adrian Morejon and Robert Suarez for most among the SD relief pitching corps...Collected six holds in ’22 after entering the campaign with one career hold...Posted a 3.50 ERA (14 ER, 36.0 IP) at home vs. a 2.30 ERA (8 ER, 31.1 IP) on the road…his 2.30 road ERA ranked 13th in the Majors and ninth in the NL (min. 30 IP and 25 app.)...Tossed 2.0 innings-or-more in 14 of his 50 appearances, posting a 1.35 ERA (5 ER, 33.1 IP) and a .155 opp. AVG (18- for-116)...Made his season debut as the starter in the club’s 4th game of the season on April 10 @ ARI after Blake Snell was a last minute scratch due to left adductor tightness...he tossed 3.0-shutout innings of one-hit ball, but walked a career-high tying three batters (3x) in SD’s 10-5 victory…it was his first career ML start after 51 consecutive relief appearances...Was scoreless in 17 of his 18 outings from May 7-June 24, going 3-0 with a 0.76 ERA (2 ER, 23.2 IP), .209 opp. AVG and 0.85 WHIP…it was the 6th-lowest ERA in the Majors and 3rd-lowest in the NL over that span (min. 18 app.)…allowed two runs on May 29 vs. PIT, his only runs allowed over that stretch…his 11.2-consecutive scoreless IP from June 1-24 and the 11.0-consecutive scoreless IP from May 7-27 were the 2nd and 3rd longest scoreless-inning streaks of his career...After sub-2.00 ERAs in April (1.86), May (1.93) and June (1.98), he posted a combined 4.20 ERA (14 ER, 30.0 IP) July Oct...He was optioned to Triple-A El Paso on Sept. 11 until Oct. 5, his only minor league stint of the campaign…he was scoreless in two of his three regular season outings for the Chihuahuas (1 ER, 3.2 IP)...made 1 Postseason appearance for ELP in Game 4 of the PCL Championship on Sept. 30, relieving starter Jay Groome with 1.1 scoreless innings of two-hit ball with 2 SO...Recalled from ELP on Oct. 5 and tossed season highs in innings pitched (4.0) and pitches thrown (44) in SD’s final regular season game on Oct. 5 vs. SF in SD’s 8-1 defeat...Ranked in the 83rd percentile in both barrel % (5.2%, 10 barrels) and chase rate (32.7%)...Per Statcast, he relied on five pitches: Changeup (50.1%) 4-Seam Fastball (23.4%) Curveball (20.3%) Sinker (5.7%) Slider (0.5%)…opponents hit just .212 (33-for-156) and 42 of his 65 strikeouts came vs. his changeup, his most used pitch...Was not a part of the Padres’ Wild Card, Division or Championship series rosters, but remained with the Major League squad and traveled with the team.
Posted the most innings in relief (81.1 IP) in the Padres bullpen, going 3-1 with a 3.76 ERA (34 ER, 81.1 IP) and 71 SO against 24 BB across 45 appearances...Had his contract selected by SD on April 1 and made his first career Opening Day roster…was optioned to ELP on six occasions before being recalled Aug. 12 and remaining with the big league club for the rest of the season...Worked 2.0-or-more innings in 23/45 outings, and was scoreless in 12 of those 23...His 3.76 ERA (17 ER, 40.2 IP) vs. the NL West was 2ndlowest in SD’s pen, trailing only Craig Stammen’s 3.28 ERA vs. the division…went 1-0 with a 2.16 ERA (2 ER, 8.1 IP) vs. LAD....Made more appearances on the road (25) than at home (20), posting a 3.30 ERA (16 ER, 43.2 IP) in away games and a 4.30 ERA (18 ER, 37.2 IP) at Petco Park...Was one of 10 ML pitchers to make 3+ relief outings of at least 4.0 innings…in those three outings (April 13 @ PIT, July 7 vs. WSH & Sept. 16 @ SF), he went 1-1 with a combined 2.57 ERA...Posted a career-high scoreless streak of 13.2 IP (9 G) from Aug. 24-Sept. 19...over that time, he allowed nine H and two BB with 11 SO and a .188 AVG…it was the longest scoreless inning streak by a SD reliever in ’21 and the fifth-longest in terms of appearances.
After pitching 8 years and 167 games in the minor leagues, made his MLB debut in the 2nd game of the Aug. 17 doubleheader at CHC and threw a scoreless inning... Did not allow a run in his first four appearances (4.1 IP) allowing one hit and one walk (intentional)... Pitched on consecutive days twice... Did not allow a hit with RISP (0-5, BB)... Threw a season-high 3.0 innings at MIL on Sept. 15, helping the Cardinals preserve pitching in an 18-3 loss... Stranded two inherited runners... Was not on STL's Wild Card Series roster vs. SD.
Named a Texas League Mid-Season All-Star. Threw a scoreless inning (2nd) with a walk and two strikeouts for the North squad... Led the Texas League with two complete games and one shutout...Struck out a career-high 14 batters in a 9.0-inning (95 pitches) shutout vs. Northwest Arkansas (7/10) earning Texas League Pitcher of the Week...Had two starts of double-digit strikeouts, tied with Dustin May (Tulsa) for the most by a Texas League pitcher with 14 and the 3rd-most with a 13-strikeout effort vs. Tulsa (5/9) needing only 77 pitches...Surpassed 100 pitches only once during the regular season in a 7.0-inning effort at Tulsa (6/7).
Combined for 27 starts between Binghamton (AA) and Las Vegas (AAA), going 11-10 with a 5.00 ERA and 140 strikeouts in 144.0 innings...Named an Eastern League Mid-Season All-Star...Led all Mets minor league pitchers with 11 wins and ranked in the Top 5 in games started (27, 2nd), innings pitched (144.0, 3rd) and strikeouts (140, 4th)...Hurled two scoreless starts of 6.0 innings or more and another three in which he allowed just one unearned run...Threw 11 quality starts and had 12 games in which he threw 6.0 innings or more with a season-high 8.0 innings at Trenton (6/21).
Posted career-highs in strikeouts (142) and innings pitched (145.2) pitching the entire season for St. Lucie (A) in the Florida State League...Led the Florida State League with 142 strikeouts. Ranked among the league leaders in ERA (3.95, 10th), innings pitched (145.2, 3rd), games started (25, T4th), opponent BA (.278, 9th) and WHIP (1.35, 8th)...Struck out a season-high 13 batters in his lone complete game effort of the season coming vs. Jupiter (6/13). Threw 102 pitches in a 3-2 loss...Posted two double-digit strikeout games with 13 vs. Jupiter and 11 vs. Dunedin (5/19)...Pitched for Team Colombia in the 2017 World Baseball Classic making one start against the Dominican Republic (3/12). Received a no decision in a game Colombia lost 10-3 in 11 innings.
Pitched for three different teams climbing the Mets organizational ladder at Brooklyn (A), Columbia (A) and Binghamton (AA) combining for a 1-4 record with a 2.47 ERA over 65.2 innings with 74 strikeouts...Posted three double-digit strikeout games out of his eight starts with a season-high 11 vs. Aberdeen (7/23)...Made seven starts and six relief appearances posting an 0.88 WHIP.
Appeared in 12 games, making eight starts for Kingsport...Tied for the team lead with six wins...Began the season with four relief appearances before finishing with eight straight starts. Had made 66 straight relief appearances over four seasons before his first minor league start...Ranked among Appalachian League leaders in wins (6, T2nd), strikeouts (63, 3rd), innings pitched (62.0, 5th) and ERA (2.90, 7th)...Held his opposition to two earned runs or less in 11 of 12 appearances, allowing a season-high five runs in his final start of the season at Elizabethton (8/28) surrendering three home runs in the game.
Averaged over a strikeout per inning (10.60 K/9 IP) in his first professional season State-side with the Gulf Coast League Mets going 1-1 with a 2.25 ERA over 19 relief appearances.
Ranked 12th in the Dominican Summer League with eight saves.
Made his professional debut with the Dominican Summer League Mets and was 4-0 with a 4.26 in 19 relief appearances.