All-star bowler Luis Castillo will start his tenure with the Seattle Mariners against the New York Yankees

Houston – All Stars Luis Castillo He will debut with the Seattle Mariners when they start against the New York Yankees on Wednesday.

The Mariners grabbed the right-hand side from Cincinnati on Friday, hoping to boost their rotation as they chase their first berth since 2001. The drought after their season is the longest in the big four professional sports in North America.

At 55-48, Seattle are 12 games behind Houston in the MLS Western League standings, but are second to one of three wild card playoff points. Manager Scott Service said Sunday that Castillo will start the series finale in New York.

Possibly the best commercial player of the year, Castillo joins the rotation with Logan GilbertAnd the Ruby RayAnd the Marco Gonzalez And the Chris Flexen.

Castillo’s last start for the Reds came on Wednesday. The 29-year-old was 4-4 with a 2.86 ERA for Cincinnati’s last rank of the season. He has 90 strikes and only walks 28 in 85 runs.

His strong performance comes a year after his worst 8-16 record of his career, his losses being the largest in the National League, and a 3.98 ERA.

The Reds acquired Noelfi Marti, Edwin Arroyo and right-backs Levi Stodt and Andrew Moore in the deal. Mart was the Mariners’ highest-ranked, with Arroyo at number three and Studdt at number five.

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