Julio Urias will stay with Mexico until the end of the World Classic

Juan Arturo Recio | SentReading: 2 min.

Although he will no longer be able to pitch with the Mexican baseball team, a source confirmed that the player will remain with the team until they reach the tournament.

UNITED STATES — On March 19, its manager Benji Gill confirmed. Mexican baseball team Older than the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Uriascannot continue to participate in World Baseball Classic 2023 And he will rejoin his Major League team.

Prior to his departure, the Mexican team announced that righty pitcher Royal Ramirez would fill the roster spot left by lefty, which is now 29 players since the pitcher’s departure. Luis CezaPer agreement between the team and his MLB team, he will return to spring training for the Cincinnati Reds.

However, after the announcement made by “Try” and before the start of the semi-final match Japan and Mexicocould see that Julio Urias Continuing with the North American team.

Although he will no longer be able to pitch, a source confirmed to ESPN that the player will remain with the team as they head into the tournament.PA

A source in the group confirmed ESPN Digital That Uriah stay with Mexico Despite the fact that it will not be used in the rest of the competition team. “He continues in the team and is already disabled because he can’t shoot,” the source said.

The Team Mexico And the player has spoken with the Dodgers so he can continue to support the team in Miami, according to reports ESPN Digital.

In his participation World Baseball Classic 2023 Next Mexico, Uriah He had two starts in which he went without a decision. He pitched nine innings (five against Colombia in the group stage and four against Puerto Rico in the quarterfinals), where he allowed seven earned runs, for which his ERA in the tournament was 7.00.

See also  Ronald Koeman wants 'Messi' in FC Barcelona | Football | Sports

The left-hander allowed eight hits, three of which were home runs, while striking out ten and giving up one walk. His hits and walks per innings (WHIP) average rose to 1.00 as opponents batted .242 in his two starts.

Wilmot Chandler

"Explorer. Web specialist. Beer practitioner. Alcoholaholic. Social media geek. Introvert. Food lover. Future teen idol."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top