CAMAGÜEY.- The pitchers Dariel Góngora, Yariel Rodríguez and Josimar Cousín integrate the Cuba team that will hold encounters of preparation with teams of the Mexican League from next May 26.

It surprises the absence of another son of Camagüey, Alexander Ayala, who so far had the confidence of the technical group of the national team. However, the leadership group that leads the Havana’s coach Rey Vicente Anglada decided to include the gardener Ariel Sanchez and pitchers Yadián Martínez, Misael Villa and Rafael Sánchez, who were not in the last training of height in Mexico.

The list highlights the presence of talented young players such as the recipient of Ciego de Ávila Alfredo Fadraga, the player of Havana Andrés Hernández and the Granma’s patrolman Yoelkis Céspedes, all of age to participate in the national tournament for under 23 years. This element confirms the position of the new medium-term working directive to ensure a competitive team in the next five years.

However, the view of Anglada is set in the upcoming Pan American Games of Lima, Peru and the strong Premier 12, calendar’s events for the second half of this year. In addition, the main goal of the National Baseball Commission is to get a ticket for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

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Receptors (3): Frank Camilo Morejón Reyes, Alfredo Fadraga Pérez and Yunior Ibarra Araque.

Box Players (8): Yordanis Samón Matamoros, Carlos Benítez Pérez, Raúl González Isidoria, Jorge Enrique Alomá Herrera, César Prieto Echevarría, Orlando Acebey Gutiérrez, Andrés Hernández Díaz and Yurién Vizcaíno Rodríguez,

Gardeners (5): Yoelkis Guibert Stevens, Yuniesky Larduet Domínguez, Sergio Barthelemí Correoo, Yoelkis Céspedes Maceo and Ariel Sánchez Sánchez.

Pitchers: Wilson Paredes Céspedes, Frank Luis Medina García, Pablo Luis Guillén Díaz, Pedro Álvarez Jiménez, Dariel Góngora de la Torre, Yariel Rodríguez Yordi, Yadián Martínez Pérez, Yosimar Cousín de la Rosa, Misael Villa Santos, Andy Amaury Rodríguez, Rafael Sánchez Thoppe and Norge Carlos Vera Aldama.

Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez