The Eastern tribe starts the second week of training at full throttle, and Jesús Sucre is expected to get even today afternoon to face preparation for the 2019-2020 LVBP season. The mask last week closed his contract with the Caribbean management of Anzoátegui and immediately began to enlist to reach his new team. After four campaigns with the Magellan Navigators, the veteran takes a new course and seeks to contribute to the cause of the Eastern tribe.
“The inclusion of the grandeliga receiver, Jesús Sucre, comes to strengthen our roster further and will give us more experience and security behind the plate,” general manager Samuel Moscatel told the press department of the Anzoatiguense ensemble.
Sucre has in his record nine seasons in the LVBP, reaching 55 towed runs and 46 scored, although his skill behind the plate is one of the most outstanding virtues of the Venezuelan big leaguer.
“It’s no secret to anyone that all our catchers have a contract with MLB organizations, so they have restrictions to play, hence our decision to acquire a player as important as Sucre,” Moscatel said.
Manager Jackson Melián was one of the leaders who granted the go-ahead for his arrival in the troop of the Eastern Ensemble. “After having several conversations with Jackson Melián, we came to our disposal to acquire the services of Jesús Sucre,” the Caribbean reported who is seeking a new championship.
With the World Series traveling to Houston to define yourself at the steel house, there is no clear favorite to take the Autumn Classicscepter. That is why the possibility arises that everything will be defined in a hypothetical seventh game, which possibly has Aníbal Sánchez as the opening of the capitalizes in a rematch against Zack Greinke.
The Venezuelan comes from defeat in the third engagement, when he tolerated four runs in 5.1 innings of labor, performing a total of 93 pitches. However, prior to that performance, the right-hander came from allowing only one ray in 12.2 postseason episodes, so manager Dave Martinez’s confidence can be supported by Sanchez’s performances.
The native Maracay serpentine came to the sixth chapter with the game 3-1 in favor of the Astros. However, it could only remove one out before carrying another stripe.
On the other hand, Greinke only completed 4.1 innings, receiving seven hits and one run, retiring with no chance of taking the win.
So, tomorrow the World Series was even, we could watch Aníbal Sanchez climb the hill of Minute Maid Park on Wednesday.