He's gone, he's gone... Another Cuban baseball player who escapes

He’s gone, he’s gone… Another Cuban baseball player who escapes

Yuddiel González’s play seemed more than sung in the ninth of the Tigers. The Avilanian left the team and the Island. According to confirmed this Sunday the journalist Andy Lansthe baseball player “took advantage of his stay in Mayabeque to leave the country on a boat.”

The outfielder’s abandonment highlighted the team’s crisis. On the Facebook wall of Ciego de Avila Tigers it was reported that Yuddiel González and pitcher Fernando Betanzo had been separated from the team for “serious indiscipline”. In the same publication, it was confirmed desertion of another member of the squad, pitcher Yairon Martínez.

Last April, González gave the note when he requested his withdrawal from the Ciego de Ávila team. The information was confirmed to SwingFull by the provincial commissioner Víctor Cuesta. However, the official newspaper Invasive He assured that the young man “had committed an indiscipline” and for that reason they thought more of “guiding him” than of a punishment.

The 22-year-old athlete was part of the list of 24 players who traveled to Mexico for the Under-23 World Championship that took place in Sonora and that represented for the Island 12 fuguesthe largest number in a sporting event.

Geisel Cepeda, Loidel Chapellí Jr., Yandi Yanes, Bryan Chi, Miguel Antonio González, Yeinel Zayas, Luis Dennys Morales, Uber Mejías, Dariel Fernández, Loidel Rodríguez, Reinaldo Lazaga and Diasmany Palacios made up the list of players who showed “weakness”, according to the official press, before the “ ballplayer merchants“.

González returned to the Island and with the Tigres he began to consolidate. With his participation in the current National Series 61 he already had seven seasons. In 167 games he had an outstanding offensive line with 14 home runs, 93 RBIs, 71 runs scored and 153 hits. In the current tournament “he averaged .320, with six homers37 trailers and 32 scored in 49 disputed challenges”, published SwingFull.

From that group of fugitives, last Saturday the hiring of Loidel Chapellí Jr, with the Chicago Major League team, was made official. “Officially signs with the White Sox”, reported the journalist Francys Romero on her social networks. For this deal the player received a “bonus offer” of $500,000.


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