Oswaldo Guillén also speaks with Tigres de Aragua


February 22, 2019 09:07 am
Updated on February 22, 2019 09:17 am

Oswaldo Guillén, Latin America's first winner of a World Series, is in contact with the Tigres de Aragua, assessing the likelihood of remaining a pilot at LVBP after leaving the Tiburones de La Guaira.

Two circuit-wielding executives confirmed on Thursday the existence of contacts between the former shortstop who was born in Miranda and homologous Carlos Guillén, chairman of the Bengalis.

A source close to striped cats showed the team is in the process of evaluating the 2018-2019 championship, including Oscar Salazar, the helmsman who appeared instead of the fired Ramón Hernández when the coin had a negative record.

Salazar managed to get the central players in the playoffs.

It is the second news that connects with a club of cryolites that led the Lithuanians in the last three seasons. On Wednesday, a report by journalist Efraín Zavarce revealed that Águilas del Zulia was contacting Guillén in search of a leader for the forthcoming harvest.

Zulianos and guairistas are non-discriminatory at the clubhouse. The raptors do not plan to repeat Lino Connell, the replacement of the wedged Lipso Nava, according to several reports.

Only the Anzoátegui Caribs have officially named their director for the 2019-2020 championship, Ramón Borrego, who was appointed on Tuesday as the successor to Omar López. But the Navegantes del Magallanes, the Lara Cardinals, Bravos de Margarita and Leones del Caracas seem to be entertained, in principle, to repeat the strategies with which they closed the final joust.


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