Venezuelan Super League Esderbal Cabreraready for you for the first time in season 2021-2022 of Venezuelan Professional Baseball League (LVBP) with the carib from Anzoategui.
After landing in Venezuela and starting training with Caribes de Anzoátegui this week, Asdrúbal Cabrera has an appointment and is ready to celebrate his return to LVBP after five seasons, this 2021-2022 campaign is one of the most famous pieces in Venezuelan professional football.
for the first time
The Indigenous Organization confirmed Thursday that Cabrera will make his debut tomorrow (Friday, November 26) when the Caribs face the La Guaira Sharks at Estadio Alfonso “Chico” Carraquel in Puerto la Cruz.
Without a doubt, back Cabrera To LVBP is good news for those for the league as such and also, it will be a dream come true for him, because he will play in the team of his home state, remembering that he came to “La Tribu Orienta” in the change made with the Caracas Lions a few months ago.
On the other hand, an experienced player sees action in LVBP, it may help him to be a little more active and energetic, remembering that he is currently a free agent and will be looking to get a new contract in Major League Baseball.
Numbers in LVBP
Esderbal CabreraHe was one of the most successful Venezuelans in recent years in MLB and in his LVBP career, he played seasons with Cardenales de Lara and Leones del Caracas, making 151 appearances in this winter tournament, and his last participation in the 2016-2017 campaign was with a team from the Venezuelan capital.
509 at-bats, 118 hits, 27 doubles, six home runs, 57 RBI and 0.232 average, numbers he will seek to expand in his hometown, Puerto La Cruz after this change sends him to carib.
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