Cuban baseball players renew their contracts in Japanese professional baseball

In accordance with Hita publication of Inder, Cuban baseball players Yariel Rodríguez, Frank Abel Álvarez, Pedro Pablo Revilla and Guillermo García renewed their contracts with the Dragones de Chunichi in Japanese professional baseball today.

Camagüey’s right-handed pitcher Yariel Rodríguez signed a two-year agreement and the rest of the athletes did so for at least one more season.

The star Omar Linares also made his new agreement official, in this case as coach of the franchise belonging to the so-called central league.

Two Cuban baseball players join the Japanese club Dragones de Chunichi

The president of the Cuban Baseball Federation (FCB), Juan Reinaldo Pérez Pardo, accompanied the process and spoke with the athletes.

The official highlighted the importance of their contracts and the economic contribution they mean for the Cuban Baseball Federation (FCB), which receives a fee from the clubs for the right to training, adds Hit.

The Chunichi Dragons also have the star pitcher Raidel Martínez in their ranks.

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