Juan Nicasio Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Juan Nicasio Celebrity Life

Juan Nicasio, born on 31 August 1986 in San Francisco, is a professional pitcher from the Dominican Republic and is a free agent. Nicasio played in MLB for LA Dodgers, Colorado Rockies, Seattle Mariners, Pittsburgh Pirates, Philadelphia Phillies, and Louis Cardinals. His debut with the major league was in the year 2011. In the year 2017, Juan was the one who led the NL in appearances.

 

He began his professional career in the year 2006, pitching for the DSL( Dominican Summer League) Rockies and having a 2-1 record with an ERA of 2.89 in eight games (five as a starter). With the Colorado Rockies in 2007, Nicasio had a 0-3 record with a 4.36 ERA in 13 games (eight as a starter).

In 2008, he played for Tri-City Dust Devils and had a 2-4 record with an ERA of 4.50 ERA in 12 starts. With Asheville Tourists in 2009, Nicasio had a 9-3 record with a 2.41 ERA in eighteen starts and struck out 115 hitters in 112 innings.

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The 2010 season began with Modesto Nuts

On 28th May in the year 2011, Juan was called from the Double-A Tulsa Drillers team to take place of Jorge de la Rosa in the rotation. Billings Bruce was sent to Triple-A to make space. It was the debut’s day of Juan, in front of the St. Louis Cardinals, throwing 7 innings, while allowing a dirty run. The Rockies were the ones to win 15 to 4, giving Juan his first victory in the major league. His 1st major league punch went to Jaime García. In total, Nicasio delivered six hits, two tickets and struck out two.

On 5th August 2011, during a game with the Washington Nationals, Juan was hit on the right side of his head by a line hit by Ian Desmond. The impact broke his neck. He underwent surgery the next morning to stabilize his cervical vertebra. He was given a cervical collar and was heavily sedated. A few days later, Nicasio was able to walk through the hospital twice without help. And on September 20, the collar was removed.

 

Career

Juan Nicasio in 2014 with the Colorado Rockies.

Juan Nicasio signed his first professional contract in 2006, with the franchise of the Colorado Rockies. He made his major debut for Colorado on May 28, 2011. He was impressive on this first outing, allowing only one undeserved point on six hits in seven innings. The Rockies prevail over Saint-Louis and Nicasio received the credit for his first victory in the majors. He completed his first season with 4 wins, 4 losses and an average of 4.14 earned points in 13 starts.

In 11 starts in 2012, he recorded a high earned average of 5.28 in fifty-eight innings, with two wins and three losses.

In his first full season as a starter in 2013, Nicasio made 31 starts for Colorado. He won 9 wins against 9 losses. In 157 innings and two-thirds on the field, his average earned points was 5.14.

Nicasio played 88 Rockies games from 2011 to 2014, including 69 as a starting pitcher. He won 21 wins against 22 losses with an average of 5.03 merits and 294 strikeouts in 381 innings pitched.

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Los Angeles Dodgers

On 24th November 2014, the Rockies traded Nicasio to the LA Dodgers for minor leap fielder Noel Cuevas.

Nicasio was a reliever for the Dodgers, playing only one in 53 games in 2015. He dramatically lowered his average earned runs to 3.86 in 58 innings. He made 65 strikeouts, averaging 10 by 9 innings pitched, but also allowed 32 walks. On May 15 against the Rockies, he made the first rescue of his career.

Pittsburgh Pirates

On 10th December 2015, Juan signed a USD 3 million season contract with the Pittsburgh 5 Pirates.

Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia Phillies claimed Juan off waivers on 31st August 2017. He played only two innings for the Phillies before being transferred to another club.

Cardinals of Saint-Louis

Philidelphia swapped Nicasion at the Saint Louis Cardinals on 6th September 2017, for Eliezer Alvarez, an infielder from the minor leagues.

Seattle Mariners

He joined the Seattle Mariners on December 20, 2017.

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