MIAMI.- Receiver Iván Prieto, of the Cuban team that participated in the World Baseball Classic in Miami and was eliminated this Sunday in the semifinals by the United States, did not board the plane that took his team to Havana, according to various media. and specialized journalists.
Journalists Francis Romero and Yordano Carmona, of the Cuban pelota, published the information, which was picked up by several media, including the EFE news agency, which tried to contact the baseball player or confirm the information. from other sources.
Prieto was not the starting receiver for the Cuban team, he was used as a bullpen receiver and he is 26 years old.
According to information published by El Nuevo Herald, Prieto played with the Alazanes de Granma in the Cuban national series. He played eight seasons in the Island’s national league and posted a .291 career average with a .773 OPS.
Cuban sources in exile in Miami told EFE they had received calls from Holguín, the province where he is from, informing him that Prieto had remained in the United States.
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