Miguel Sanó would enter the game with the Eastern Stars in November

Miguel Sanó would enter the game with the Eastern Stars in November

Although the team did not specify the date, they also expect the integration of Major League reliever Rafael Dolis

The Eastern Stars announced that Major League Baseball players Miguel Sanó and Rafael Dolis would have high chances of joining the team in November.

In the announcement made by the general manager of the team Felix peguero, the Orientals did not specify the exact day of the entry of both players to the team but expressed that they have maintained a “strong communication” with all the All-Star players in the Major Leagues.

According to a press release of the Eastern Stars there are “many possibilities” that the Minnesota Twins slugger and the Toronto Blue Jays pitcher wear the organization’s jersey at some point in November, in a season set to begin on October 27.

Sanó is coming off hitting 30 home runs and driving in 75 runs in the 2021 season with the Twins, participating in 135 games, the most games played in a campaign in his career that began in 2015.

The native of San Pedro de Macorís, home of the Eastern Stars, had a batting average of .223 and participated for the last time in LIDOM in the 2018-19 season with 10 hits in 12 games in the campaign that the greens reached their last championship.

In the case of Dolis, he last pitched in the Dominican winter ball in 2015-16 in 17 games, leaving an ERA of 0.53 in 17 innings where he only allowed 10 hits and an earned run.

The 33-year-old veteran pitcher saw action in 39 games this season for the Toronto Blue Jays with a 5.63 ERA in 32 innings of work. He allowed 20 runs and 29 hits with 39 strikeouts.

In addition, the eastern team awaits the integrations of Oscar González, Micker Alfonso, Edwin Uceta and Ramón Santos who have served in different categories of organized baseball in the United States.

The standout performance came from pitcher Uceta, who made his major league debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers and saw action in 14 games, including one start.

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