Former Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer is one step closer to returning to the major leagues after signing a short-term contract with the Mexico City Red Devils of the Mexican League.

Bauer, who will pitch in five games for the Red Devils between April 11 and May 8, pitched three scoreless innings in a friendly game against the New York Yankees on April 25. He also showed off his crisis management skills. Bauer faced runners on second and third in the second inning and first and third in the third inning, but was able to get out of the jam.

In his career, Bauer has earned a reputation as a quality starter, going 83-69 with a 3.79 ERA in 222 games (1297⅔ innings) in the majors.

After making his big league debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2012, Bauer earned his first double-digit wins (11-12) with the Cleveland Indians in 2015, 안전놀이터 followed by 12-8 in 2016 and a career-high 17-9 in 2017. He went 12-6 in 2018 and 11-13 in 2019 to reach the 10-win plateau for the fifth straight year.

In 2020,

He went 5-4 with a 1.73 ERA in 11 games (73 innings) and won the National League Cy Young Award. However, he hasn’t pitched in a major league game since June 29, 2021, amidst a sexual assault controversy.

Major League Baseball suspended Bauer for 342 games, but he appealed the suspension, which was eventually reduced to 194 games. However, the Dodgers released him and, unable to find a team, Bauer was given the opportunity to extend his career in Japan.

Bauer signed a one-year, $3 million deal with Yokohama and pitched 130⅔ innings in 19 games last year. He went 10-4 with a 2.76 ERA and was twice named the league’s monthly MVP.

After failing to find an organization, Bauer pitched for the Asian Breeze in an exhibition game against the Dodgers’ minor league affiliate on Nov. 11 and showed his health by throwing three innings of two-hit ball with one walk and four strikeouts. 카지노사이트 추천 His fastball touched 98.9 miles per hour (159.2 kilometers per hour).

“If I have the opportunity to sign with a major league organization, I don’t care if it’s the lowest salary. It’s not about the money. I’m just going to keep training and looking for opportunities,” he said. He added: “The future is unknown. I don’t have any plans at this point and it’s all out of my control,” he added.

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