The Capitals recruit two launchers

Les Capitales recrutent deux lanceurs

“We are of the opinion that it is a very big signature. He has very good experience in minor baseball. It has an arm in the major Leagues, which can reach the mid-90 miles per hour, and was dominated by A-levels and Has strong. We think it will be a pitcher dominating with us this year in the Frontier” has delighted the manager Patrick Scalabrini by way of a press release.

December 6, 2019

Updated December 7, 2019 at 15h53

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The Capitals recruit two launchers

Les Capitales recrutent deux lanceurs

Thomas Thivierge

The Sun

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The Capitals have started their signatures in winter by putting it under contract launchers Yeudy Garcia and Frank Moscatiello.

Garcia turns out to be a particularly attractive option for the Capitals on the mound. 27-year-old, he played the last three seasons under the colors of the Curve in Altoona, a team at the AA level affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

“We are of the opinion that it is a very big signature. He has very good experience in minor baseball. It has an arm in the major Leagues, which can reach the mid-90 miles per hour, and was dominated by A-levels and Has strong. We think it will be a pitcher dominating with us this year in the Frontier” has delighted the manager Patrick Scalabrini by way of a press release.

It will be for the launcher dominican first experience in independent baseball. In over 500 innings in the minor leagues, he pulled out 478 batters a stick while maintaining an average of points earned to 3.57.

Moscatiello, a regular

If for Garcia, it will be a first experience in the independent circuit, Frank Moscatiello is a regular, he who wore the colours of the Boulders Rockland in 2018 and briefly in 2019.

He was particularly impressed with his rookie season in 2018, while he had maintained a ratio of more than one batter out on catch-per-innings pitched and had completed the season with an average of points earned at 2.79.

“We really enjoyed Moscatiello when he was a reliever with Rockland in 2018. He has reached 95 miles per hour at the test camp. We think he will be a man of confidence in our bullpen,” said Patrick Scalabrini.

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