New York Yankees announced this Monday, August 30, that has signed pitcher Jason Parker from the Cincinnati Reds as the closing of the deal who sent the serpentineros too Luis Cessa and Justin Wilson to the ‘Tribe’ a few weeks ago. Parker has yet to make his debut in the MLB and has been developed in minor league branches so far.
The young Jason Parker has become a new member of the New York Yankees as the organization announced that they have acquired him from the Cincinnati Reds as the player who arrives in the exchange for Luis Cessa and Justin Wilson.
The Bronx team sent its two pitchers to the ‘Tribe’ last July for a ‘player to be named later’ and this has been Parker, a prospect who has developed in branches of Minor League (MiLB).
The 23-year-old Parker has posted a 4-2 win-loss record and a 4.05 ERA, 91 strikeouts and 33 walks awarded in 19 games for the Class A-Low Daytona.
Jason Parker is a native of New Bern, North Carolina and was chosen by the Cincinnati Reds in round 16 of the North Carolina State ‘First Yeat Player Draft 2019’ and will arrive as one of the future options of the New York Yankees in your pitching staff.
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