Monday, February 24, 2014

SIX BASEBALL CARRIZALENOS SEEK TO SNEAK INTO THE NATIONAL TEAM OF THE PONY LEAGUE IN VENEZUELA.

Twenty-three featured baseball players, of 9 and 10 years of age, of several States
of the country, will be measuring from Friday until Sunday at the stadium Alexis
Padilla from reeds, in order to be part of the national team category (preinfantil)
Mustang that will participate in the pre world series of the Organization Pony
Baseball de Venezuela (Pony League) which will be held in Puerto Rico in July.
Arthur Brown, President of the Municipal Institute of sport and recreation of Carrizal
(Imderecar) indicated that of the 23 athletes participating, 9 belong to Miranda
State, of which 6 belong the Carrizal under baseball badges.
The athletes carrizalenos looking to gain a quota selection are: Yair Araujo
(Carrizal), Jean Paul Morales (Carrizal), Ykarek Inagas (Alexis Padilla), Gabriel
Flores (Warriors), Edwin Cordero (Carrizal) and Keiber Perez (Mountaineers).
"We hope that our small but prominent athletes leave on a high the name of
Carrizal and we represent in Mayagüez".

For his part the President of the Pony League of Venezuela, José Pérez Pulido,
said that this Organization of minor baseball, which has 63 years of existence in
the world, already has four years in the country. With the participation of a
significant number of countries worldwide.