Cienfuegos (baseball)

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Cienfuegos
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League Cuban National Series (Group B)
Location Cienfuegos
Ballpark Cinco de Septiembre Stadium, Cienfuegos
Year founded 1977-78
Nickname(s) Elefantes (Elephants)
2005-06 35-54 (4th, Group B)
Did not qualify for playoffs
Manager Narciso Ferrer
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Cienfuegos is a baseball team in the Cuban National Series. Based in the southern city of Cienfuegos, the Camaroneros had their best season in their second year of existence, finishing fourth in the National Series. They have never come close to replicating that success.

The Camaroneros had two pitchers on Cuba's team at the 2006 World Baseball Classic: Adiel Palma and Yosvany Pérez.

Current roster[edit]

  • Catchers: Osvaldo Arias, Adir Ferrán, Camilche Veloz, Edelkis Reyes
  • Infielders: Pedro José Rodríguez, José M. Pérez, Yusel Valdés, Jesús Reyes, Jorge Rodríguez, Asniel Marín, Andy Sarduy, Adriano García
  • Outfielders: José Dariel Abréu, Yosvani Lazo, Alexander Martínez, Yoelvis Leyva, Yusniel Ibáñez, Lázaro Rodríguez
  • Pitchers: Alexander Quintero, Norberto González, Duniel Ibarra, Leovet Cardoso, Adiel Palma, Yasniel Hidalgo, Yasmany Fernández, Samuel Ruiz, Yosvany Pérez, Randy Gutiérrez, Reiniel Cantero e Islet Santiago

National Series MVPs[edit]

Other notable players[edit]