Are the Yankees regretting sending Luis Cessa to the Reds? Mexican puts good numbers La Nacional

New York Yankees has been anything but consistent throughout the 2021 Season of MLB and it has shown weaknesses in almost all of its departments. One of them is the pitching staff, in which the team made changes such as having sent Luis Cessa to Cincinnati Reds, move they might be sorry for Well, the Mexican is putting good numbers.

The pitching staff of the New York Yankees have been hit and miss in recent weeks for various reasons such as injuries or the fact that they are not fine with their pitches.

This has caused the Bronx team to lose games and may regret having run out of pitchers who could help him in these cases, such as the Mexican Luis Cessa who was sent to the Cincinnati Reds.

Cessa had shown good relief performances before the surprise move, as his ERA in the Bronx was 2.82 and with Reds he has improved his ERA to 1.76 in 17 games in which he has seen action with him.

New York Yankees have had to call pitchers like Clarke Schmidt and Luis Gil from Minor Leagues to ‘help’ him in MLB and surely at this point he would be somewhat regretful of having traded Luis Cessa.

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I joined ‘Al Bat’ in September 2020, starting a new work stage in which I always seek to give my best version, in addition to leaving a significant mark on the passage of women in an industry that is managed mainly by men. Degree in Communication Sciences and Techniques from the Inter-American University for Development (UNID), I am a specialist in sports journalism, writing and editing texts, I have three years of experience covering sports, especially baseball from the Mexican Baseball League (LMB ), Liga Mexicana del Pacífico (LMP) and MLB. I was an intern at the LMB Leones de Yucatán Baseball Club, with whom I attended the 2019 Rey Series. I have done work for social networks such as the coverage of the 2019-2020 edition of the LMP Final for ‘Con Las Bases Llenas’. I am constantly updated on social networks, SEO, Google positioning, writing, digital journalism, as well as the place of women in the sports industry. Originally from Mérida, Yucatán, my first approach to baseball was in a game of Lions of Yucatán, in the ‘Kukulcán Álamo’ Park, in 2015; and that changed my life completely. The ‘Melenudos’ are the team of my loves and the greatest passion I have in this sport. Although I dedicate myself to baseball most of the time, my sport, in the beginning, was (and still is) soccer. Real Madrid and Bayern Munich won my heart and fans from ‘minute one’ and I am fortunate to have already seen them play live. Clearly, I am a fan of Cristiano Ronaldo and Manuel Neuer.

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