Anaheim Angels sign Dominican outfielder Magneuris Sierra

The Anaheim Angels awarded a Minor League contract to the Dominican outfielder Magneurys Sierra, who has played for the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals in the MLB.

Sierra went up to the Majors with the San Luis Cardinals where he was working coming off the bench in search of one day being a starter, that was when the day came to be traded to the Miami Marlins in a trade that led to Marcell Ozuna to the Los Angeles. St. Louis Cardinals.

Since 2017, the left-handed outfielder has tried to be stable in the majors, so far he has not placed numbers that convince any manager that he is the player of every day in any position.

However, Sierra, 25 years old, 5’11 tall and 178 pounds, is coming off the best season of his career where he saw action in 132 games, accumulating 27 runs scored, 48 hits, 6 doubles, 1 triples, 0 home runs, 5 runs. towed, 230 from AVG and 268 from OPS. (It is not a good season, but it is the best of his career).

In the Anaheim Angels, the Dominican knows that he has few open doors to start with the presence of Mike Trout, Justin Upton and Jared Walsh, even so, he does not take away the opportunity to be a substitute player thanks to his good legs and good glove. .

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