2 Cubans leave LA and opt for free agency – SwingComplete


By Jerry Diaz/ @Jerryto94

The Major League offseason continues amid opt-outs, qualifying offers and new contracts. Free agency has officially begun and many Cuban players have joined.

This November 10, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced the names of minor league baseball players who have been associated with the franchise so far this season and have been released.

These include Tony Walters, Thomas Delis, Keon Gela, Hamlet Marte, Stephen Romero, Jason Martin, John Duplantier, Jose Adams, Andy Burns, Sam Caviglio, Daniel Zamora, Hansel Robles, Guillermo Zuniga, Lionel Varela and Abidal Avelino.

Pitcher Alvarez, who was considered one of the top international prospects in 2015, finally ended his chapter with the Californian club. The 26-year-old right-hander was already on assignment in February 2020, however, he made it up to AAA in 2022.

Division, he has amassed 24.1 innings with 23 outs. He left a 6.20 earned run average with 22 strikeouts, 23 walks and a record of three wins and one loss.

For his part, Estevez posted a .216/.275/.333 (AVG/OBP/SLG) production with 35 hits in 162 at-bats with the Oklahoma City Dodgers. He hit 10 doubles and three home runs as extra base hits. He scored the same amount with 24 runs.

The 24-year-old infielder will be looking for a fresh start in current free agency to move up to the big leagues.

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