Will Tiburones change Ronald Acuña to Cardenales de Lara?

Yes they will change or not them Sharks from La Guaira a Ronald Acuña Jr. a Cardinals from Lara in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League (LVBP)?.

This week

Ronald Acuña Jr. answered some questions on Instagram and one of them was: If you had the opportunity to play in the LVBP with which team would you like?, to which he wrote with Lara.

In the same way, they asked him why not with La Guaira?, to which Ronald Acuña Jr. replied: In 2016 they said that I was not an everyday player.

They also asked him, when do we see you in Lara’s uniform?, and he wrote: I hope it will be soon with God’s favor.

Ratified

“I have no intention of playing with La Guaira. I hope they change me soon to Cardenales de Lara, a team I want to belong to. In 2016, the Tiburones management assured that I was not a player for every day. That offended me, because in the Major Leagues I have shown the opposite. That is why I do not want to be part of La Guaira. I want to be part of the Cardenales”, said Ronald Acuña Jr. in a meeting with some representatives of the media, where the previous night he had been a prominent spectator while Caribes de Anzoátegui and Cardenales de Lara starred in a heated Round Robin duel of the LVBP.

Will the Tiburones de La Guaira change Ronald Acuña Jr. to Cardenales de Lara or not?

For what has been the history of changes of the current directive of the Tiburones de La Guaira, where as far as I remember they did not change or have changed their previous figures such as Francisco El Kid Rodríguez and Gregor Blanco, or Salvador Pérez, who has He publicly asked for a change to the Navegantes del Magallanes and so far they have not changed it, the same with Danry Vásquez, it does not seem that the sharks are going to change Acuña to the Cardenales de Lara.

The current management changes of the Sharks

They have been from players who had not become a figure in the Major Leagues such as Eduardo Escobar, Wilmer Flores and Ehire Adrianza among others, while they acquired players like Maicer Izturis and Alcides Escobar, who only played once with the salty Even Izturis no longer plays professionally, while Escobar only played in the 2017 postseason.

In your hands

The Sharks have in their hands to begin to change their present and future in the short term by trading Ronald Acuña Jr. to the Cardenales de Lara, including Salvador Pérez to the Navegantes del Magallanes.

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