By Guillermo Sanchez
Cuban team manager Armando Johnson will attend V World Baseball ClassicThe Yomiuri Giants announced a measured lineup.
The Cuban Baseball Federation will face Japan’s Yomiuri Giants tonight in their fourth warm-up game for the World Classic.
So far, Armando Johnson’s men have a 2-1 record after starting with a humiliating loss against Hokkaido Nippon-Ham 11×2, in their second match the Cubans beat Dragones de Tsuenichi at least 3×2 and early Tuesday morning they beat Colondrinas de Yakult 10×4. Defeated.
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Team Cuba has been short on prep duties and more. Pitch adjustments are a major part of the work brought in by the team as they take on the Netherlands in their World Cup opener.
The leading helmsman of Antilles’ biggest team has made some rotations in his line-up in search of the chance win he needs in the first commitment.
Cuba’s lineup against the Yomiuri Giants
- Royal Santos (CF)
- Yoelkis Guibert (RF)
- Euryspel Gracial (LF)
- Alfredo Despine (BD)
- Yadir Drake (1B)
- Ariel Martinez (C)
- Dayan Garcia (3B)
- Erispel Arruberuna (SS)
- Yadil Mujica (2B)
- Yariel Rodriguez (B)
The Cuban team is looking for a third win in its final preparation game in Japan.
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