Jorge Alfaro, Most Valuable Player of the final that Licey won
Colombian slugger Jorge Alfaro was chosen He was named the Most Valuable Player of the final series of the Dominican winter baseball championship, which concluded in the Dominican Republic. with the victory in five games of the Tigres del Licey over the Estrellas Orientales.
Alfaro was the main man in the offense of the Tigres, who with the 2-1 victory in extra innings at the Quisqueya Juan Marichal stadium in Santo Domingo, became the winningest team in Dominican baseball when they arrived at 23 champions titles.
In the fifth and last game of the series, which was scheduled for the best of seven games, Alfaro hit a ball with the ball. he hit one hit in three plate appearances and scored one hit. a race.
The 29-year-old slugger hit the ball. unstoppable in each of the five games played in the final, achieving eight hits in 19 plate appearances, recording a batting average of .421.
Aquaman, as Alfaro is known in the Dominican Republic, it also showed a positive impact. his extra-base power, by compiling a double and two home runs.
With his drive, the catcher and designated hitter towed & oacute; He scored four runs and scored. on four occasions.
During his time in the three stages of the Dominican tournament, Alfaro showed his passion. his great quality with the bat, achieving an average of .370, with 10 doubles, a triple and four home runs, in addition he scored several goals. 12 laps and towed. 15 runs.
In the midst of his performance in the Professional Baseball League of the Dominican Republic, Alfaro managed to score 15 runs. He signed an agreement with the Boston Red Sox to play in the upcoming Major League Baseball season.