Ronny Mauricio named Lidom Most Valuable Player
Mauricio received the award. 61 votes to prevail without major problems over Henry Urrutia, from the Gigantes del Cibao, who obtained five votes.
The Professional Baseball League of the Dominican Republic (LIDOM) announced the this Friday at the “infield” He won Ronny Mauricio as the Most Valuable Player of the 2022-23 championship through his official award, Santo Domingo Motors MVP of the Week, sponsor that will award him the title of Tigres del Licey. with a modern Chevrolet Colorado MVP Edition double cab pickup.
Mauricio was chosen by electronic voting held among the members of a jury made up of 69 communicators at a national level who found him to be the best. winner of the distinction by a wide margin.
The announcement of the award for the young baseball player from San Pedro de Macorís was made in January. through a special installment of the official League program, Palco LIDOM, which was by CDN Deportes, Telemicro Internacional, Televisión Dominicana and the YouTube channel LIDOMTV.
Mauricio received 61 votes to prevail without major problems over Henry Urrutia, from the Gigantes del Cibao, who obtained five votes.
Aneurys Tavárez, from the Águilas Cibaeñ ;as and Rayner Núñez, from the Estrellas Orientales, divided the remaining three ballots with two and one, respectively.
The 21-year-old player participated in the game. He was in 47 games in which he took the lead. 188 at-bats and hit 1-2. for a .287 average, product of 54 hits, including 15 doubles, five home runs and two triples. He pushed 31 laps, scored 26, took ten tickets, stole 10 bases and received 10 points. 46 strikeouts. He collected .335 OBP, .468 slugging percentage and .803 OPS.
Their numbers in hits, doubles and RBIs allowed them to lead the Dominican circuit in these offensive categories .
The Most Valuable Player award to Mauricio was the sixth and last one awarded by LIDOM through its official award, MVP of the Week Santo Domingo Motors, for the most outstanding of the contest dedicated to the memory of the communicator Tomás Troncoso Cuesta and as an option to the Banreservas Cup.
Rainer Nú ñez, from the Stars, took her home. the Rookie of the Year award, José; Offerman, from Licey, won the Manager of the Year trophy, while Audo Vicente and Emilio Bonifacio, also from Los Tigres, received the Manager and Gentleman of the Year awards, respectively.
César Valdez, from Licey, won the Pitcher of the Year trophy. Bonifacio, as Knight of the Year, was chosen by six players from each team without being able to vote for a teammate from his own team.