They will celebrate this Saturday the activity “I am a Major Leaguer since I was little”
Juan Soto and José Sirí instruct children to field during the celebration of the first game I have been in the Major Leagues since I was little at the Quisqueya Juan Marichal stadium.
The Dominican Baseball Federation will celebrate This Saturday, January 7, starting at 2:00 in the afternoon, the second activity called “I'm Major Leagues Since I was Little”, a day scheduled to take place at the Cibao stadium.
In the activity, a group of players enrolled in the preliminary roster of the Dominican team that will activate the competition. in the upcoming World Baseball Classic will give clinics to children from dozens of baseball leagues located in the North region.
Through a press release, the entity announced that more than two dozen baseball players would be present at the meeting, in which the attendance of about a thousand infants is expected.
Nelson Cruz, general manager of the Dominican team, Juan Núñez Nepomuceno, president of Fedobe, as well as like Rodney Linares, who will direct the show. the Dominican team will lead the event, which will be held in the United States. This is a connection between the Major League Baseball figures from Quisqueyan with the broad group of young people who aspire to follow in their footsteps.
The event is expected to be attended by children from leagues belonging to Santiago and its municipalities, San Francisco de Macorís, La Vega, Moca, Bonao, Monte Cristi among other locations.
Last week, the executives of the committee Dominican team manager, Henry González and Valentín Contreras traveled to Santiago and inspected several areas of the Cibao stadium, in order to ensure that everything is in order. This is appropriate for holding clinics.
The duet met again. even with part of the committee. executive of the Aguilas Cibaeñas, which was headed by its president, Víctor García Sued.
The first match was held on December 18 at the Quisqueya Juan Marichal stadium, a venue that brought together the crowd. He attended more than 1,500 youngsters belonging to baseball leagues in Greater Santo Domingo and the southern and eastern areas of the country.
Some of the participating players were Juan Soto, José Sirí, Diego Castillo, Eloy Jiménez, Starling Marte, Félix Bautista, Jorge Mateo, Wander Franco, Génesis Cabrera, Nelson Cruz and Camilo Doval.
The team manager for the Clásico Rodney Linares; in addition to the coaches Wellington Cepeda, Ramón Santiago, José Canó, Carlos Febles, Manny García and Frank Valdez. In addition to Omar Minaya, Juan Mercado, Amaurys Nina, the Dominican consul in Miami, Jacobo Fernández, Gary Bautista, president of the Committee on the Dominican Republic. Olímpico Dominicano, among others.
The activity is organized by the Dominican Baseball Federation, the Dominican Baseball League, the MLB and the Dominican team for Clá World Music and is the This is the first to be held in the history of the event that takes place every four years, which was won by the ninth native undefeated in 2013.