Aiming to strengthen the starting staff, the Saraperos de Saltillo club acquired David Huff, a left-hander with 8 seasons of experience in the Major Leagues, where his 25 wins, 120 games, 57 starts, 393.1 innings and 234 strikeouts bested baseball. Were. In addition to showing its quality with a few seasons in Korea and Japan.
The North American had a decent start last year in LMB with the Diablos Rojos del México with a record of 6 wins for one loss in 21 doubles, 11 as a starter, one save, 74 innings pitched and 53 strikeouts.
After his good summer with the Scarlets, he went into the Australian Baseball League that winter with the Brisbane Ninth, posting a 2–1 mark, 2.25 ERA in 8 games, dropping 12 caps and 11 starts.
Pitching in the majors over his 8-year career, he defended five ninth colors: the Cleveland Guardians, New York Yankees, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers and Anaheim Angels.
Then came an adventure in which he reached Asia ball in 2016, beginning his journey in Korea with the LG Twins squad, going 7–2, 3.13 ERA, 13 caps, 11 starts, 74.2 innings and 46 strikeouts; The following year he again went 6–4, 2.38 ERA, 19 games, 17 as a starter, with 2 complete games, 124 innings, and 98 strikeouts.
His good times in Korea opened the door to baseball in Japan, where he played in 2018 and defended the Yakult squad colors in 2019. He struggled in his final year in the country with a 3.97 ERA, 65.2 innings and 58 strikeouts in 68 games. Did. rising sun
He had a 12 minor league schedule, a 57–35 record, 3.86 ERA, 182 games, 135 starts, 3 complete games, 2 saves, 825.1 innings pitched and 652 fan outs.
With the arrival of David Huff, the Saraperos de Saltillo board of directors continues to make the necessary adjustments at this start of the campaign, in order to strengthen the pitching of the Dragons of the North and seek first place and prominence in the Mexican Baseball League.