The right-handed pitcher fired a with teams Sugar Land and Corpus Christi, going 5-5 with a 3.66 ERA in 51 games, he pitched 64.0 innings with 8 strikeouts.
Ángel Ovalles, general manager of the Águilas Cibaeñas, continues making moves in favor of the team and announced The hiring of pitcher Nick Hernández, belonging to the world champion Houston Astros.
He arrived in the country today and is in physical condition to start working immediately, he said. the eaglet executive.
Ovalles qualified I cast Hernandez as a reliever with the characteristics of being successful in Dominican baseball, as he is a man who attacks the strike zone and gets a lot of swinging swings.
“ Hernández is coming to strengthen our bullpen, which has been a strong piece so far”, he specified. Ovalles.
The right-handed pitcher worked. This year between double and triple A with the Sugar Land and Corpus Christi teams, accumulating a mark of 5-5, with an ERA of 3.66, he acted as a champion. in 51 games, he pitched 64.0 innings and struck out a whopping 85 rivals.
Hernández, lanky pitcher born in Missouri City, Texas, 6' 1” tall and weighing 212 pounds, he also added 7 dams, helped 38 hits, with 26 earned runs, 31 walks and his WHIP was an excellent 1.08.