‘The Pitcher’ Who Hits His 62nd Home Run by Judge… Leaving NPB for ‘Friendly Team’ Texas

Right-handed pitcher Jesus Tinoco (28) will leave Japan and return to the U.S.월카지노

NBC Sports of the U.S. mentioned Tinoco as one of seven free agents who signed minor league contracts with the Texas Rangers on Monday (Korea time). Tinoco played for the Seibu Lions of the Japanese professional baseball league this year. He mixes fastballs (four-seam fastballs) with two-seam fastballs, sliders, and curves. He posted an ERA of 2.83 with three losses and eight holds in 38 games. Attention was focusing on his future but his contract renewal failed.

To Tinoco, Texas is a friendly team. After making his big league debut as a member of the Colorado Rockies in 2019, Tinoco played for the Miami Marlins and the Colorado Rockies before joining the Texas Rangers for the 2022 season. He pitched in 17 games (two starts) that year and posted an earned run average of 2.18 without a loss. In October, he unexpectedly drew the spotlight when he gave up his 62nd homer, the most in a season in the American League. Tinoco’s 10-year record in the minor leagues was 39-57, with 16 saves and an earned run average of 4.72. After leaving the NPB, Tinoco earned a “job” in the Venezuelan Winter League (2-1, 2.51) and finally took the hands of Texas again.

In addition, Texas recruited veteran Diego Castillo, who has 35 saves in the Major League Baseball (MLB), pitcher Gerardo Carrillo, catcher Andrew Nap, outfielder Sandro Fabian, Elior Hernandez, and Derek Hill.

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