Granma star close to joining the National Series

By Pablo Picardo

There are multiple cases of Cuban baseball players who left the country in search of proving themselves in Professional Baseball and with a view to the upcoming National Series they have returned to represent their provinces.

The last case that was known was that of the Granma infielder Adrián Moreno, who currently works with the Leones de León club belonging to the Baseball League National Professional (LBPN) and has made public its intentions to join the champion team in the 60th National Baseball Series.

Currently, the 32-year-old has a .230 batting average with a home run and 23 RBIs while his offensive line is (.354OBP/ .297OPS/ .651OPS) in the more than 140 times at bat that he presents.

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Moreno is currently in the middle of the repatriation process in order to arrive at Alazanes before the deadline to register athletes who work abroad.

The man from Granma left Cuba at the age of 26 after having participated in the 55th National Series where he achieved an offensive average of .262 with 44 hits, 17 extra-base hits, 28 RBI in the 43 games he played.

Adrian The previous year he had already expressed his great interest in participating in the Provincial Series because his father, Marino Moreno, was the director of the team that represents the Municipality of Río Cauto in the Provincial Series of Granma, but various factors did not make his participation possible. arrival at the Carlos Martí complex.

This would be a very important addition for the Alazanes since the left-handed hitter can play in various positions within the infield, in addition to having a hitter who has added a lot of power since leaving the country.

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Granma star close to joining the National Series