Yankees sign Delvin Pérez, former IF Cardenales
According to the Minor League Baseball (MiLB) transaction portal, New York Yankees have signed Puerto Rican infielder Delvin Pérez23-year-old former St. Louis Cardinals prospect.
Pérez, who is a specialist at defending third base, will be remembered for that humorous moment when in a Triple-A game he thought he had hit a home run and went all over the bases, but the ball didn’t fly far enough to cross the base. fence and the opposing team’s outfielder sacked it and made the out.
A native of San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, Pérez has been registered on the Bombers’ minor league roster and is expected to report to Spring Training in New York in Florida with the aim of fighting for a spot on the big team.
The infielder accumulates six seasons in branches of San Luis, but he was not successful in his dream of going up to the Major Leagues. In that stretch of time in the minors, he is hitting .250 with 11 home runs and 135 RBIs.
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