The manager of the New York Yankees, Aaron Boone, revealed that he has no plans to go up to the Major Leagues to the Venezuelan Oswaldo Peraza, who currently plays in the club's farms.
He urged the fans to be calm due to the constant request to make the call to Larense, who has become the terror of pitchers in Triple A.
"No, there are absolutely no plans to raise him to the Majors (...) There is nothing imminent, but he is close in line," said the strategist on The Michael Show.
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The Venezuelan batted .324 on Thursday with four doubles, five homers, 13 RBIs and 14 runs scored in his last 17 games.
"Oswaldo Peraza certainly continues to build a record (...) He is already on the 40-man roster and there may be a scenario where he is brought up to help us, but not now," added Boone.
The request to promote Peraza to the big team is due to the poor performance of Isiah Kiner-Falefa, who has not added a home run in 340 at-bats.
Yankees march líderHe is from the East division of the American League, with a 10-game lead over the Blue Jays.