On August 22, foreign journalists Yasilka Cordoba and Aime Rivas revealed that Andy Otero, a minor league prospect for the Milwaukee Brewers, was traveling to Taiwan.
The CTBC Brothers formally confirmed the signing of Andy Otero from Triple-A the next day, on August 22. The 30-year-old left-handed pitcher from Panama is scheduled to land in Taiwan sometime in early September, according to the organization.
“Some of Andy Otero’s pitching videos have been watched by us. The manager of the Brothers remarked, “He doesn’t have an overwhelming fastball, but he isn’t afraid to throw inside the plate.
In the Atlanta Braves organization, Andy Otero started his professional career in 2009, however he never advanced above High-A and was released by the Braves in 2016.
He was moderately active in the Latin American Winter Leagues after quitting affiliated baseball, and he even had the opportunity to play for his native Panama in the Caribbean Series.
Andy Otero rejoined the Milwaukee Brewers organization in 2021, entering the MLB system once again. And this time, he was successful in making further strides throughout the minor levels, spending the most of his time in Double-A and Triple-A.
Andy Otero pitched for the Brewers’ Triple-A squad for 34.1 innings and had a 3.41 ERA and 1.28 WHIP before joining the CTBC Brothers.
Highlights of Andy Otero key to CTBC Brothers
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