Amezaga is planning to hone his skills in his native country during the off-season.
The switch-hitting Amezaga also has an offensive agenda.
"I'm bad with breaking pitches, so I need to work on hitting that pitch," he said. "I always look for fastballs, but over there they don't throw too many."
Alfredo may have some company in the Mexican Winter League.
"Throwing an inning every other day or every three days, I don't know," Mitre said. "Hopefully I'll end up with 50 or 60 [innings]. What's that, an average year for a reliever? I'll see what they want to do."
I don't know what the club wants Mitre to do. But if his shoulder is feeling fine, I don't think they would mind him picking up an extra 60 innings during the off-season in order to improve his arm strength and work on his pitch control.