By Yasel Porto
The situation around the Mayabeque Hurricanes had recently become more complex with the eight positive cases that forced the suspension of the next sub-series of the Hurricanes within the 61st National Series of Cuban baseball.
Very recently, Wilber Pastrana, the sports commentator for the radio station that follows one of the teams that has had the greatest impact on the current baseball season on the largest Caribbean island, reported on the status of those affected.
“Last minute! All the players of the Mayabeque Hurricanes team were negative for PCR. The information has just been confirmed by Yoel Estanquero, a doctor from the team. The leaders of the Cuban baseball championship will join tomorrow and on Thursday to train in San José for Friday to move to Ciego de Ávila with a complete cast.»
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The colleague himself had commented days ago on the positive to the rapid test and that the entire group had been transferred to his province pending the results of the PCR that were then performed on 100% of the members.
This resulted in the duel between Las Tunas and Mayabeque, to be held at the Julio Antonio Mella stadium in the capital of Las Tunas, being suspended with no known rescheduling date yet.
Mayabeque had swept Camagüey as a visitor at their Cándido González estates to get to the top of the standingssomething that heralded an even greater incentive to play their three challenges with an always competitive squad like the Lumberjacks.
The names of the positive players in the quick test were never known, but now the fundamental thing is that everything is under control and that Michael González’s disciples will be able to return to the fray this Saturday with all their available arsenal.
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