While we continue to wait for the Milwaukee Brewers to make an impact addition this offseason, the front office keeps adding depth pieces around the roster. Earlier today it was reported that the Brewers have agreed to a minor league pact with right-handed pitcher Jesus Castillo that includes an invitation to big league camp in Spring Training.
The Brewers have signed RHP Jesus Castillo to a Minor League contract with an invitation to big league camp. He’s 24 and has pitched in the Minors for the D-backs, Cubs and Angels. https://t.co/kT1WjPy12v
— Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) November 23, 2019
Castillo, who just turned 24 this past August, began his professional career in 2011 when he signed with the Diamondbacks as an international free agent out of Venezuela. He made his debut in the Dominican Summer League the following season, but that wound up being his only action in Arizona’s system as he was dealt to the Cubs as part of the package for Tony Campana prior to the start of Spring Training in 2013. Castillo spent that year in the now-defunct Venezuelan Summer League before finally coming stateside and pitching in the complex-level Arizona League during 2014 and…