Puello Herrera asks young people to cultivate family values ​​when making a donation

Commissioner Juan Francisco Puello Herrera, delivered the first donation of balls to the Baseball Academies “Los Vecinitos”, on behalf of the Confederation of Professional Baseball of the Caribbean and Banreservas, in an event held with resounding success in the Simón sector in the National District.

In the Los Vecinitos League, Commissioner Puello Herrera was received by Rafael Zapata, director of the entity, who immediately, together with his coaches, toured the entire facility so that they could feel its conditions.

The Little League Commissioner, the former major leaguer, Quilvio Veras, who was with the former major league pitcher, Miguel Batista, were present at the activity. "It is a task of social responsibility that we are fulfilling from this institution"he added.

“I am very excited to be here in this League where there is a lot of peace and from what I can see, work is done with criteria and from the hand of God,” said Puello. And then he abounded: “I also want to give a big thumbs up to Banco de Reservas, which is sponsoring this project” Big Futures “

He was emphatic in pointing out to the children and youngsters who were lined up on the playing field that they “never abandon the values ​​in their training, respect the elders, love the next, be good to their peers, that will open many doors for them” , commented.

He stressed that in the future who knows if those youngsters who are now unknown faces could be representing the Dominican Republic in an international event such as the Caribbean Series.

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On his side, Rafael Zapata, thanked the Caribbean Professional Baseball Commissioner for his visit, a historic event for the Little Neighbors League, and for receiving those donations of balls for training and official matches.

“You can’t even imagine the great work that the CBPC is doing through you. This is a blessing” and we are going to take care of these props, as well as the citizens of this facility that houses more than 300 children and young people who love baseball,” explained Zapata.

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