The Cincinnati Reds announced the signing of Venezuelan pitcher Silvino Bracho, who will have a Minor League deal with an invitation to the team’s Spring Training.
The pitcher, who currently lives with the Águilas del Zulia in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League (LVBP), was without a team after being released by the Atlanta Braves.
Bracho made his Big Top debut in 2015 with the Arizona Rattlers. His career took a hit in 2018, when an injury forced him to undergo Tommy John surgery.
This process caused him to not see action in the 2019 and 2020 seasons, for which reason he was released by Arizona.
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He returned to the big leagues this year with the Boston Red Sox, but was later traded to Atlanta to spend much of the season in the minors.