In a historic meeting, through a virtual platform, the Caribbean Professional Baseball Confederation (CPBC) held its First Ordinary General Assembly 2020, where they heard the Commissioner’s general report 2019-2020; They shared a presentation of the work of the Organizing Committee of the Caribbean Series Mazatlan 2021 and other points of interest for the CBPC.
In disclosing the details of the General Assembly, the lawyer Juan Francisco Puello Herrera, stated that the Organizing Committee of Mazatlan 2021 headed by Lic. Ismael Barros, President of the Venados de Mazatlan headquarters team, presented a detailed report, “line by line ”that left the CBPC Member Leagues and the invited countries Colombia and Panama well built, participating in quality only with“ voice ”.
“We learned the details of the hotels, security, the stadium, the press, transportation, the production of the television broadcasts and the health security protocol that will be used, if the next January comes with the Covid-19 pandemic “, Held.
The president of the Professional Baseball League of the Dominican Republic, Vitelio Mejia, Omar Canizalez of the Mexican League of the Pacific, Juan Antonio “Tony” Flores of the Professional Baseball League Roberto Clemente of Puerto Rico and Giuseppe were present with open audio and video Palmisano of the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League.
The lawyer Puello Herrera explained that they will hold another meeting very soon to know the documentation required by the CBPC statutes, to the Invited Leagues of Colombia and Panama to know the request of full members, while maintaining an economic analysis of the impact of the incorporation of any new member.
Puello Herrera related about the meeting: “The organizing committee of the next Caribbean Series Mazatlán 2021 left full confidence to all the members of the Professional Baseball Confederation of the Caribbean, by giving a broad presentation on the work they have been doing in the face of the contest. of baseball”.
For his part, Ismael Barros stressed the importance of having an experienced work team where, despite the different adverse situations, it has been possible to make significant progress in organizing the event.
“Since the Caribbean Series ended in San Juan, we have been working on everything necessary to make this issue No. 63 next 2021 the best of all. We have come a long way and continue with the same inertia to ensure that every possible detail is taken into account, ”stressed the President of the club.
Leagues offer panorama for their next tournaments
He also said that the presidents of the Member Leagues offered a broad overview of the work they are carrying out in the organization and assembly of the next Winter Championships to be held in the last quarter of this year.
“Regardless of the global conditions we are experiencing due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Winter Leagues showed their full confidence that they will successfully organize their tournaments,” he said.
He noted that in the same way, the presidents of the invited leagues, Colombia and Panama presented their scenarios.