Camagüey (baseball)

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Camagüey
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League Cuban National Series
Ballpark Estadio Cándido González
Year founded 1977-1978
Nickname(s) Alfareros (Ceramists)
Uniforms
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Camagüey is a baseball team in the Cuban National Series. Formed after the Cuban state redefined its provinces in 1977, the Alfareros advanced the next season to the league championship series, but fell to Henequeneros. They last won group C in 1997-1998.

Overview[edit]

Young Camagüey pitcher Vicyohandri Odelín and first baseman/center fielder Leslie Anderson played for Cuba at the 2006 World Baseball Classic.

Current roster[edit]

  • Catchers: Yendry Téllez, Luis Gómez, Jorge Luis Álvarez
  • Infielders: Alexander Ayala, Leonel Segura, Pedro Smith, Humberto Bravo, Rafael Lastre, Eglys Eugellés, Yosbel Pérez, Yusley Aramburu, Liván Amaro
  • Outfielders: Héctor Hernández, Jorge Cardosa, Leonel Moa, Dariel Avilés, Yanmichel Flores, Yoel Darce, Orlandy González.
  • Pitchers: Vicyohandri Odelín, José Ramón Rodríguez, Arbelio Quiroz, Carlos Pérez, Ramón Robles, Frank Madam, Duniesky Álvarez, Rodolfo Sorís, Billy Arias, Alexis Mulató, Yormani Socarrás, Ángel Daniel Ramírez
  • Coaches: Orlando González, Ángel Lino Álvarez, Norberto Martínez, Fernando Corrales[1]

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