Robinson Canó and his great emotion of being champion in the Caribbean Series

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Santo Domingo / 08.02.2021 16:17:38


He was a Major League Champion with the New York Yankees in 2009, but for Robinson Canó his coronation was unforgettable with the Águilas Cibaeñas, the ninth he reinforced, in the 2021 Caribbean Series.

Cannon He did not want to hide the joy that it meant for him to have been crowned with the Eagles, in the first participation of the major league in the so-called Classic of the Caribbean.

In the contest, Canó was selected as the All-Star Team second baseman, after hitting 11-6 (.545), with an on-base average of .706, in the five games of the elimination round. Altogether, Canó hit 19-7 (.368) in the series.

Canó was able to play in the Caribbean Series after having seen action with the Stars in the Dominican championship, in which he hit 8-4 (.500) in a two-game miniplayoff, against the Leones del Escogido; and then 26-8 (.308) in the semifinal series, against the Gigantes del Cibao.


As soon as the season in the Dominican League ended, Canó said he will play with the Stars in the 2021-2022 campaign, since its inception, which is scheduled for October this year.

Canó has not played since the beginning of the Dominican tournament since his first years in the Dominican league, with the Stars, alreadyBefore becoming a superstar in the Major Leagues, then with the New York Yankees.

Your most games in the Regular Series of a Dominican campaign it was in 2004-2005, when he participated in 42 games. A tournament earlier, he did it in 39 games. In the 2006-2007 contest he did it in 23 challenges, of the Regular Series. With information from

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