Distinguished guests. The sports manager of club Cañeros de Los Mochis, Carlos Soto Castro, informed EL DEBATE that the return of the infielders Sonorenses Ramón Urías and Esteban Quiroz are almost certain for the start of the 2019-2020 campaign of the Mexican Pacific League, not so that of the mochitense sprinter Andrés Muñoz, of whom he thinks, this same year could make his major league debut.The emerald manager commented that it has been good the participation of both «Pony» Quiroz and Ramón Urías in their respective organizations in Minor Leagues in America, but the one who has the best prospectof of reaching the majors this year is Andrés Muñoz who with his line of more than 100 miles per hour, the San Diego Padres have taken him little by little in his training and everything seems to indicate that in the month of septiemb Re, when teams have the opportunity to expand their relmeters, the call to the big team of the Californian squad might come. The plans.
«Hopefully that comes true and we have another big league mochitense and after that the Padres give Muñoz a chance to come and pitch some tickets with Cañeros de Los Mochis, but I find that difficult because San Diego has a lot of appreciation and they don’t want to risk it mu he’s had a lot of work this year and what he’s missing still then we’d be talking about extreme fatigue and that’s a factor that in America they take great care of and it would be another aspect against Muñoz to be with us,» said Soto Castro. Mochitense currently plays with the Chihuahuas team of El Paso in triple-A class of Padres de San Diego where he is a partner of «Pony» Quiroz and Luis Urías.
The 20-year-old Mochitense numbers are 3-2 in games won and lost with a 3.79 ERA with a pair of saves and 24 fans in the 19 job innings and 19 games where he has seen action, all on a relay plan. In the same team, the obregonense Esteban Quiroz connects for a brilliant .276 average with 14 home runs and 50 RBIs in 64 matches as an intermediary.
Ramon Urias is playing for the Memphis Team in Triple A of the St. Louis Cardinals with .223 numbers with pair of home runs and 19 trailers in 53 games. Valdez, the only foreigner in draft.
«As for foreign material, Carlos Soto Castro added that of the four foreigners cañeros de Los Mochis took in the past Daft of Free Mexican and Foreign Players of the Mexican Pacific League in Hermosillo, the only viable one to come and dress the Green house would be the Dominican pitcher José Valdez who currently participates with the Rieleros de Aguascalientes.The above is almost a fact because practically the department of foreigners is already full with the already confirmed returns of Yoanis Quiala, Josuán Hernandez, Jonathan Jones, and Leandro Castro and hiring other American players who are in the crosshairs of the green board and who only subtract a few paperwork to get their signature.
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