The Zulian pitcher Pablo López, already rejoined the work of the Minnesota Twins, after finishing his commitments with Venezuela in the World Classic, where it should be noted that he pitched splendidly; by allowing just one run in 4.2 innings of work on Sunday, March 12 against Puerto Rico.
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In his spring relaunch last Sunday with the "twin cities" set, the native of Cabimas launched a chapter as a relief, in what was the 5-0 defeat of those led by Rocco Baldelli against the Atlanta Braves in Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers, spring home of the Twins.
However, the Venezuelan did quite well, since he did not allow hits or runs during his work, while he made 14 pitches; 10 of them in the strike zone, and only one opponent reached base, as a result of a fielding error by shortstop Noah Miller, when he had one out on the board.
However, in three appearances (two as a starter) in the Grapefruit League, Pablo López has a 3.00 ERA, product of two earned runs allowed in six innings of work, with seven strikeouts and a 0.83 WHIP.