BALTIMORE – The Baltimore Orioles and the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed Monday on a trade involving a pair of Latino minor leaguers.
Baltimore got the Venezuelan Luis Ysla, left-handed pitcher, while the Dodgers took the services of Dominican Jesus Liranzo, right pitcher.
Ysla, 25, has played five seasons in the minors. He arrived at the Triple A in 2016 with Pawtucket, branch of the Boston Red Sox.
In 147 games, Ysla has a record of 16-23 and an ERA of 3.93. He has completed 44 starts and will be assigned to the Bowie team in Double A.
Liranzo, 23, has not played above the Double-A category since he came to professional baseball in 2012, with the organization of the Atlanta Braves.