The Minnesota Twins will leave with Jose Berríos right to open on Opening Day against the Chicago White Sox on July 24, minnesota team manager Rocco Baldelli announced. In the last two seasons, Berríos has been called up to the All-Star Game by achieving a 3.76 ERA with 397 strikeouts in 392.2 innings.
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In four campaigns, Berríos has 4.21 earned runs, the better he has had AE better than 4.00 in each of the last three years. Last season Berrios left acceptable numbers, in cattle and losses of 14-8, 3.68 ERA and 195 strikeouts.
The Twins promoted Berríos to make their major league debut on April 27, 2016. In 18 innings pitched for Rochester before his rise, he was 2-0 with a 1.06 ERA and 20 strikeouts. He was called up and retired several times during the season. In 14 starts for Minnesota, he was 3–7 with an 8.02 ERA, and in 17 starts for Rochester, he was 10–5 with a 2.51 ERA.
Berríos has played twice for the Puerto Rican national team, in the 2013 World Baseball Classic  and in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, winning the silver medal in both tournaments. You may be interested:Giovana Queiroz, the new jewel of Barcelona FemenilLeeds United, the new Premier team was born in 1919The Real Madrid, from drift aimless to win the Coronavirus League