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The Bengali team received from Bravos de Margarita the players Thairo Estrada, Pedro Ávila and Luis Rijo
The Tigres de Aragua announced yesterday the arrival via trade of major league utility Thairo Estrada, right-hander Pedro Ávila, and minor-league right-hander Luis Rijo from Bravos de Margarita for outfielder Edward Olivares, catcher Wilson Ramos and the pitcher Osmer Morales, as reported by Víctor Zambrano, president of the organization through the sports management advisor, David Brito.
Thairo Estrada, a native of Bejuma, Carabobo state, is currently the starting second baseman for the San Francisco Giants, as well as can cover any position in the infield and outfield without any problems.
He has a five-year career in the Major Leagues between the Yankees and Giants, maintaining a .257 AVG average product of 186 hits in 725 at-bats, with 110 runs scored, 29 doubles, 2 triples, 25 home runs and 99 RBIs. Estrada has not yet debuted in the LVBP.
For his part, Pedro Ávila, is a right-handed pitcher, with experience in the Major Leagues, belonging to the San Diego Padres organization, he can fulfill the role of starter and reliever.
Finally, the young right-handed pitcher Luis Rijo, who was a prospect for the New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins, in his career in the Minor Leagues, maintains a record of 16 wins and 18 losses, with a 4.07 ERA, with 269 strikeouts in 290 innings pitched.
The Aragüeño team thanked baseball players Wilson Ramos, Edward Olivares and Osmer Morales for their time in our organization, wishing them every success in their new organization and in their future plans.
Ramos was part of the so-called “Dynasty” and played nine seasons in the uniform of the Tigres de Aragua, with whom he was present in three championships.
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Caption photo: The “Buffalo” will once again be the drummer with his brother David Ramos. Press Photo Tigers