Mayabeque, Cuba: Jeison Martínez is one of those selected as infielder in the All-Star Game, postponed due to the rains due to Tropical Storm ETA.

The 21-year-old only took 43 official at-bats in three National Series with the Mayabeque Hurricanes, but in this 60 edition he highlights.

With 56 hits in 40 challenges, a 381/434/503 offensive line and 27 RBIs, he became one of the offensive props for the disciples of rookie Michael González.

Martinez is the first batter of his team and moves to different positions in the infield during the competition, he even plays in the outfield as well, in an exhibition of versatility much appreciated in baseball.

Due to his impact on the playing field, he earned a place on the roster of the stars of the future, a squad that will face the over-25s this week, if weather conditions improve in Santiago de Cuba, venue of the event. and where the skills tests begin today.

“I feel satisfaction and pride in representing Mayabeque’s team in the All-Star Game, as it is the result of my sacrifice and dedication every day”, he told Cubadebate.

Very motivated these days, the fast player confesses that he has great goals in his career as an athlete, and one of them is to be part of the national team.

“Director Michael is an example and a leader. He transmits his experiences, instills his game and demands that we play as he did: with dedication and a lot of disposition”, he added.

Edilsa Hernández García

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