MLB: Reds would refuse to trade for valued pitcher Luis Castillo

Luis Castillo has been one of the most sought after pitchers by the teams of MLB since a few years ago and there have been multiple rumors around him, including this off season. However, in recent hours it has become known that Cincinnati Reds would refuse to make any changes with another organization that leaves him without the pitcher.

The Athletic journalist Ken Rosenthal recently reported that the Cincinnati Reds would not be willing to make a trade for Luis Castillo despite their interests in him.

One of the teams that has been linked to the pitcher this offseason is the Los Angeles Dodgers, who are said to be looking to bring him to their pitching staff to strengthen him.

In previous days, the opposite of what Rosenthal mentions had been reported, since it had been said that the Cincinnati team was willing to listen to offers about the Dominican, which apparently has changed.

Luis Castillo did not have his best MLB season this 2021, since he achieved a negative record in games won and lost with 8-16, but his ERA was not as high as he was at 3.98.

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MLB: Reds would refuse to trade for valued pitcher Luis Castillo