Fransheska Hidalgo | @sheskahidalgo
The career of the Venezuelan pitcher Luis Avilán took a different destination when he was taken over by the Phillies of Philadelphia, in a transaction that led to the Dominican prospect Felix Paulino to the White Sox or Chicago.
This was reported throughout Philadelphia via their social networks. Currently the Quakers are fighting the lead of the East Division of the National League with a record of 68 wins and 57 defeats, only two games from the tip.
– Philadelphia Phillies (@hillies) August 22, 2018
Avilán will have his fourth experience with a Major League team. At the age of 22 he made his Major League-debut with the Atlanta Braves (2012-2015), after which he moved to the Los Angeles Dodgers, where he played three seasons (2015-2017); while this year the criollo in the American League worked with the White Sox from Chicago.
During the harvest, the experienced left-hander has a record of two wins, one loss and a few saves to keep his effectiveness at 3.86 and his Whip at 1.36 after 58 games played.
The Caraqueño has allowed 40 hits, 20 runs, 17 of them clean, he has 14 tickets and 45 retired opponents through the punch, product of his 39.2 entries from work in the campaign.
On the other hand, the ninth of the City of Winds gets the right of 23 years Felix Paulino. The native of the Dominican Republic belonged to the Reading Fightin Phils, AA branch of Philadelphia.