company board of directors Venezuelan Professional Baseball League (LVBP) It was announced on Monday, September 20, that the 2021-2022 season will officially start next Saturday, October 23, with the opening between Tiburones de la Guaira and Caribes de Anzoategui, the current champion, at the stadium. Alfonso “Chico” Carrasquel From Puerto La Cruz.
The start date is approved, as specified in Extraordinary team meeting It was held at the foundation’s headquarters, according to a press release from LVBP.
The remainder of the first day of the regular round will be played as follows:
- black vs. Tigres, at Jose Perez Colmenares Stadium in Maracay
- eagles vs. Magallanes, at the Jose Bernardo Perez Stadium in Valencia
- Braves vs. The Cardinals, at the Antonio Herrera Gutierrez Stadium in Barquisimeto
Another novelty that this harvest will have is the shape. In this case, it seems that the eight clubs are heading down the same path and everything indicates that the post-season will be played in the form of Robben, according to a publication of the sports newspaper portal. longitude.
Additionally, the regular season will consist of 49 matches per team in the tournament with only 5 teams qualifying for the next round. In the pre-season years, the League’s Top 6 reached out of 8.
With the five qualifiers back, the two teams with the best records are expected to advance to the Grand Final.
Another new news is the end of the bubble. Last season, teams from within the country moved from home due to the restructuring of the tournament due to the pandemic, and this campaign teams such as Águilas del Zulia, Cardenales de Lara and Caribes de Anzoátegui will play again in their original stadiums, so the only team that will remain in an alternative venue will be Bravos de Margherita, which will serve as the stadium at the Macuto Stadium in La Guaira. The stadium that does not have a single owner yet.
Calculations to be resolved
LVBP awaiting approval Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), which limits the business operations of companies located in the United States (such as Major League Baseball) with any company considered in any way connected to the Venezuelan government network.
This is the case of Tigres de Aragua and Navegantes del Magallanes, two teams in which there are representatives associated with the state governments of both groups. That’s why neither felines nor shipping companies got the go-ahead to enroll MLB-related individuals in ninth place.
OFAC is expected this week to issue a decision to extend the license of six more Novenas (Caribes de Anzoategui, Cardinales de Lara, Tiburones de la Guaira, Aguilas del Zulia, Bravos de Margherita and Leones del Caracas).