Colombia would be left out of the 2024 Caribbean Series

In the absence of official confirmation, Colombia would not participate in the 2024 Caribbean Series, of which it was champion with Caimanes in 2022 in a historic way and Vaqueros was fourth in this 2023. Our country was always one of the guests in this contest, but it would lose its place for the next edition due to internal decisions of the organization. It should be noted that this invitation is not made for sporting merit but for economic reasons.

The other invited country that would not be there would be Cuba and those places would be occupied by Curaçao and Nicaragua. They will join the current champions Dominican Republic and Mexico, Venezuela and Puerto Rico in the edition that will take place at LoandDepot Park, of Miami. This will be the third time it has been held outside of Latin America.

Chencho Rodríguez shows his discontent

One of the main baseball players in our country expressed himself on his social networks and showed his annoyance because Colombia would not be in the Caribbean Series in 2024. The man from Cartagena published a story in which he assured that “Definitely, instead of going forward, we go back. Excellent steps had been taken so that Colombian baseball once again and the fans enjoy a tournament like the Caribbean Series in the chair of their house”.

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Furthermore, in El Heraldo spoke with Elkin Alcalá, who joined Rodríguez’s words upon hearing the news of Colombia’s departure from the contest. The pitcher from Cartagena said: “It is something very sad for all of us. A piece of news that does not surprise us, since we are used to the bad management of the organization. Let’s wait a little more from them. All these years we have been giving everything to Colombian baseball so that the reflectors get here, but the simple fact of not managing things leaves us out of the Caribbean Series”.

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