Jose Cisnero

#68RP,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 220
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Bajos de Haina, Dominican Republic
Draft: Undrafted
  • Fox News

    Marlins remain scorching at the plate, take Game 2 from Diamondbacks

    PHOENIX (AP) -- Giancarlo Stanton extended his club record with his 57th home run and set a team mark with his 125th RBI, lifting the Miami Marlins over the Arizona Diamondbacks 12-6 on Saturday night. Arizona could have clinched a playoff spot with a win, but will have to wait another day at least. The Diamondbacks can lock up an NL wild card on Sunday with a win or losses by Milwaukee and St. Louis. Arizona lost for the fourth time in six games, having given up 30 runs in the last three games. Justin Bour added two run-scoring singles and a late two-run home run for Miami, which has won four of five. The Marlins scored five runs -- taking advantage of a pair of errors by Arizona starter Taijuan

  • It's a little too soon for the Dodgers to feel all bubbly
    Los Angeles Times

    It's a little too soon for the Dodgers to feel all bubbly

    The locker room Dave Roberts stepped into Friday night wasn’t the same place he walked through before the Dodgers’ 4-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Yasiel Puig splashed beer around the clubhouse. Joc Pederson smoked a cigar. Players smiled and embraced. Roberts felt reborn, the weight of the most miserable month of his managerial career suddenly lifted from his shoulders. The Dodgers were the champions of the National League West for the fifth consecutive season. “It’s something this group, this team, needed,” Roberts said. The celebratory scene was nowhere near as festive as it was when the Dodgers secured division titles in previous seasons. Though there was champagne in the clubhouse,

  • MLB playoff picture: Dodgers clinch NL West; Yankees, Diamondbacks near berths
    USA Today

    MLB playoff picture: Dodgers clinch NL West; Yankees, Diamondbacks near berths

    The latest on all of Major League Baseball's remaining pennant races, as we sail toward the regular season finales on Oct. 1:  Wednesday's big winner: The Minnesota Twins stayed on track in the postseason race, beating the Detroit Tigers 7-3. They hold a 3½-game lead for the second wild card over the Texas Rangers and the Los Angeles Angels. Wednesday's big loser: The Milwaukee Brewers not only had their aspirations to win the NL Central seemingly disappear, but they were also hurdled by the St. Louis Cardinals in the wild-card race. The Brewers, though, are still within striking distance of the No. 2 wild card, trailing the Colorado Rockies by two games. Five in a row: Los Angeles Dodgers clinch