Harold Capote Fernández | @batesbeisbol
They have not seen Linda for 35 years and in Tiburones de La Guaira they simply want to put an end to that nightmare.
Having this as a slogan, the sharks continue to strengthen their payroll day by day during the training days; for this Thursday the cast receives four important additions, where the arrival of veteran Grégory Infante stands out.
The right now begins to make the corresponding adjustments to his arm and mechanics so that from date one, he will be in optimal conditions to put the lock on the matches.
Along with him are outfielder Lorenzo Cedrola, third baseman Kelvin Meleán and receiver Juan Fernández, the latter two coming from being champions with the Venezuelan U23 team.
Cedrola, nicknamed “The Atomic Ant” comes from showing his best offensive performance in the Minor Leagues averaging .320 with the wood, to which he added 9 homers and 61 RBIs with the Chattanooga Lookouts performance with which he promoted to the Triple A branch of the Cincinnati Reds.
“It was a great day. I’m happy to be in uniform again with Sharks. I come from playing a good season. “I am very grateful for the opportunity they are giving me for this harvest. Today was a great practice; I feel very happy to be here. It was a wonderful year for me in the minors and I trust it will be for all of us as well. here” declared the ranger that he is going into his second season with Sharks, after playing in 28 games and riding .314 (70-22) with 3 doubles, 8 RBIs and 13 runs scored.
For their part, Fernández and Meleán are part of the wise news with which Sharks aspires to fight hard.
The first belongs to the San Diego Padres, being recently signed by La Guaira, while Meleán, who is also part of the religious, goes to his second tournament in the LVBP after hitting .263 in 15 games last season.
More new blood
Through its Twitter account, the organization has confirmed the hiring of the infielder, Brayan Rocchio, who will be there from the start of the championship on 23 October.
He’s the No. 7 prospect on the Cleveland Indians’ farms. This year he played in the Class A and Double A categories, averaging .277 (441-122) with 15 homers, 26 doubles, 63 RBIs and 79 touchdowns.
With information from Press Sharks of La Guaira