The Aragua Tigers made a trade with the Lara Cardinals this Thursday, where they received utility Deiner López and right-hander Jesús Sánchez in exchange for left-handed pitcher Brayan Pérez and catcher Carlos Narváez.
The Bengals’ move seeks to strengthen the team’s bullpen, which was unable to respond in the postseason. While the red birds add youth to your squad.
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Sánchez is a 34-year-old right-hander who has been one of the most used arms in the LVBP in recent years, averaging 21 appearances per season in the past 5 seasons.
Meanwhile, López arrives to give depth to the infield, although he has also played in the outfield in 6 seasons in the LVBP.
For their part, Narváez and Pérez are young pieces that see action in Short Class A and belong to the New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners respectively.