Puerto Rican reggaeton duo from Wisin and Yandel announced this Wednesday that he joins as co-owner of the Criollos de Caguas the maximum champions of the Roberto Clemente Professional Baseball League (LBPRC) of Puerto Rico.
Once again, music joins sport to offer youth a show of height and entertainment highlights a press release sent by the representatives of the so-called “Duo of history” of reggaeton.
This agreement is intended join efforts to contribute both in the competitive area of sport as in social responsibility, add the text.
As reported, the Wisin and Yandel work team was in talks since the end of 2019 with the Criollos management, and although the pandemic unfortunately delayed the process, they managed to reach an agreement before the start of this new season.
The details of the agreement are stipulated under a confidentiality agreement indicates the statement.
With this announcement from Wisin and Yandel, then there would be two urban artists who join in the management of some team of the LBPRCafter Daddy Yankee did it last season with the Cangrejeros de Santurce.
Los Criollos, who started training this past Monday for the new season that starts in early November, they have 20 winter league championships Puerto Rican and five Caribbean Series titles.
In addition to Daddy Yankee and Wisin and Yandel, other street artists who have been involved in sports leagues from Puerto Rico are Bad Bunny with the Cangrejeros de Santurce and Ozuna with the Osos from Manatí in the National Superior Basketball.
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