The Island Margherita continues to welcome the arrival of key figures for the organization of the Bravos, and after finishing the first five days of training, the pitcher reported Omar Bencomo Jr. and the infield Daniel Major, who started their process sports activity.
Without a doubt, the arrival of both pieces is key to the manager's aspirations Alex Nunez, who is heading to his first harvest at the head of a team. Bencomo Jr. comes to consolidate the success of previous seasons and is on his way after passing through the Independent League in Mexico.
The right-hander had a busy year pitching with three organizations, although his best step was with the Braves of León where he registered five runs allowed (two earned) in 15.1 innings, also during that journey he prescribed nine strikeouts.
while the veteran Daniel Majora It was also another of the positive notes during the weekend due to the good physical condition in which he arrived at the Braves organization.
Mayora has remained active with an offensive action that has given much to talk about in the Mexican league, where he established himself as batting champion by reaping a .391 average in 115 games; likewise he reached 19 homers and 92 RBIs.