Panamanian baseball pitcher Randall Delgado will try to stay in the big show with Chicago White Sox, after being released by Arizona Diamondbacks.
The right-hand pitcher reached an agreement with the White Sox for a minor league contract that includes an invitation to spring training, where he must show his possibility to remain in the world's best baseball.
According to US media reports, Delgado could enter the Chicago roster fulfilling the dual role of starting and reliever. He can do this job since he has played in this role in the past, with the Arizona Rattles.
The born in Los Santos is already an experienced pitcher of the majors, who has accumulated 30 wins and 29 losses, with an earn run average of 4.10 in his internships with the Atlanta Braves and Arizona Diamondbacks.
In the last campaign with Arizona, he had 10 appearances, accumulated 11 and third innings of mound's work, won two games, did not lose, but rather he got a 4.76 ERA, the second highest of his career.
Randall Delgado: Signs with White Sox - https://t.co/xA2JVDvj5q— RotoWire⚾ (@RotoWireMLB) January 3, 2019