INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - A good chunk of the 2022 campaign has featured Johan Oviedo coming out of the St. Louis Cardinals bullpen to strong success.
Oviedo, who was acquired in the deadline deal that sent José Quintana and Chris Stratton to the Cardinals, is viewed by the Pirates as a long-term starter. He is currently in Indianapolis, getting stretched out, and is fine with the plan.
“I’ve always been a starter,” Oviedo sad. “This year, after one first start in the big leagues, the rest was as a reliever. I’m always ready to be a starter. That’s what I love. If I have to relieve at some point, I’ll do anything to get myself out there. I would love to start, and I think I’m ready for it.“
Cherington didn’t rule out Oviedo getting some time in Pittsburgh this season as well on his wee...
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