Caribbean Studies Series 2024 expands the number of participants and looks to the United States

to organize Caribbean series 2024, which will be held during the month of February at the LoanDepot Park stadium in Miami, San Juan announced that it is considering entering two teams into the competition, of which six have already ensured their attendance.

Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Venezuela and MexicoThe US Baseball Caribbean member nations of the Caribbean will play the tournament with the ninth champions of their respective championships, as well as the champions of Nicaragua and Curaçao.

At the 2023 edition held in Venezuela, they competed representative from Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela and Mexico, as well as four invited countries: Panama, Curaçao, Cuba and Colombia.

The two franchises that could join the 2024 edition should come from Caribbean And North America, Puerto Rico’s Sarah Lowart, of the contest’s organizing committee and advisor to the Miami Marlins, announced today that the team that owns the Caribbean Series will be played.

“These are two very aggressive countries,” he said. Loart To denote the state of negotiations, the final decision of which must be announced within 30 or 45 days in Miami.

Loart said through. “There is a huge demand to bring other teams into the series.” conference Also involved were Marlins president Caroline O’Connor and president of the Puerto Rico Professional Baseball Association, Juan A. Flores Galarza.

Loart also highlighted that the 2024 edition of series affiliate Caribbean It will be historic, as the competition will be held for the first time in a stadium big leagues.

In addition, Miami offered to be included in rotation Neighboring offices to Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Venezuela and Mexico.

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Loarte announced that the competition organization intends broadens to other parts of the United States such as Orlando, New York, Chicago and Houston, where large Latino communities reside and they travel to Miami to support their countries competing in the Caribbean Series.

So said O’Conner, president of the Marlins Miami He proved he’s “ready for more baseball” after hosting plenty of World Baseball Classic 2023 events in the past.

“El Clásico was very special and we hope to repeat the same.” Caribbean serieshe added.

Flores Galarza stated that the appointment Miami As a venue that will make all participating teams feel like locals.

“I have no doubt it will be a success. Foran Classic world He stressed that the Latin environment will fluctuate in 2024.

With information from EFE

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