Cuba and Nicaragua, talent and good baseball in fraternal cap

Cuba and Nicaragua, talent and good baseball in fraternal cap
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17 February 2020
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Crocodiles of Matanzas, representing Cuba, and the Nicaraguan national team today leave a pleasant image to the fans that during the weekend followed a new chapter of baseball caps between the two countries.

After a bitter draw on Friday’s first challenge, and a double uncomplicated victory of the visitors against the local sub 23 on Saturday, Sunday’s game became an ideal culmination for the friendly series with a heart-breaking final.The main star of the champion team of the Cuban league, Erisbel Arruebarrena, returned to put on the heros shoes and with three-run vuelcercas secured victory to theirs at the end of the eighth episode.

I prepared because I knew it was the last chance we had to tie, I was working with uncomfortable balls but finally I was able to connect well for the opposing band, he told Prensa Latina ‘El Grillo, as they know him on the Island to the Matanzas paracortos.

Beyond the prominence of the former Los Angeles Dodgers with its four homers and a whopping 11 rounds in the four clashes, both the Crocodiles and their hosts of the National Pine Squadron deployed a quality baseball on the grass of the Dennis Martinez stadium, of this capital.

I liked the team that brought Cuba this year, because they are a very stubborn veteran, said former big leagues Marvin Bernad, who leads the reins of the Nicaraguan team for the second time in his career.

The former San Francisco Giants player noted that it was his first time facing a team from the Caribbean nation, “but I have always known that they have tremendous players.”

They play a very aggressive baseball, they have a lot of talent. They brought veteran pitchers who knew what they were doing, there was the difference with respect to our team, he valued.

For his part, the strategist of Matanzas, Armando Ferrer, also agreed with the level shown by his rivals this Friday and Sunday.

In honor of the truth the games were even and I see them very well in all three aspects of the game, I think they can fight for a place, Ferrer said in relation to the preclassic and pre-Olympic tournaments that Nicaragua will attend next March .

The champion director of the 59th National Series of the Cuban ball did not say goodbye without first acknowledging the ‘spectacular reception they gave us, a lot of respect for that audience from the Cubans,’ said Ferrer.

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