I went around and came back to San Diego.
The San Diego Padres announced on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time) that they have recruited right-hander Luis Patino (24) through waivers claims from the Chicago White Sox.월카지노
A native of Columbia, Patino is a pitcher who made his big league debut with San Diego in 2020. He recorded 7-6 with a 5.02 ERA in 45 games (23 starts) over four seasons.
In December 2020, the Padres moved the team along with Blake Hunt, Cole Wilcox and Francisco Mejia in the process of acquiring left-hander Blake Snell from the Tampa Bay Rays.
He was considered a top prospect for the Padres at the time, and was expected to replace Snell as one of the pillars of Tampa Bay’s starting rotation.
However, the results were disappointing. All he did was to record six wins, five losses and a 5.24 ERA in 27 games during the three seasons.
Throwing 77 1/3 innings in 19 games in the 2021 season was the most innings he had, so he didn’t get a good chance.
After moving to the White Sox in August, he pitched 172/3 innings in seven games with a 3.57 ERA.
He showed a little better performance, but the White Sox left him out of their new season plan. As a result, he returned to his original team, San Diego.
Having failed to reach his potential as a prospect, he tries to make a comeback again in his old team, San Diego.
He is expected to compete for the starting rotation in this camp.