The Cuban manager questioned the baseball federation – Swing Complete

By Yasal Porto

Carlos Marti of Gronma, the manager of the national baseball series, the reigning champions in Cuba, questioned part of the process created for Allsense’s trip to the Dutch.

In an interview for the broadcast of the 4th match of the final match between Granma and Matanzas, the experienced strategist felt that it was wrong to carry out the visa application process in the middle of the playoffs.

However, the three-time King, who is the leader of the Allsens, acknowledged the fact that the team travels to the Harlem match with eight reinforcements.

“Every time a national team is formed there are always controversies and doubts. Eleven names were sent to us asking for feedback on the reinforcement. It was decided that eight of the names we gave would go to the Holland event. Are being told, “said Carlos.

Asked if he or the team had any concerns about the Netherlands, he said, “Despite the many players, there are 24 on the list, so there is concern in the province. What I see as wrong is that the visa was issued at an embassy in the middle of a competition of this magnitude.

In fact, in a match that has no significance for the Caribbean series, many have questioned whether the players who were with Granma should be removed from the rest of the squad.

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However, not only players who have made their contribution to the season, but also some members of the board have been excluded. One of the most critical is without a doubt the fact that these pieces contributed to Allsense’s excellent ending in the upcoming national series.

A match, no matter what happens, this team has a very deserving role. Especially if you take into account the attacking players who are unable to play a good part of the whole match or for different reasons of weight.

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