Johan Camargo: "The last name is not valid here, the seven letters of the Eagles are valid here"

The Panamanian declares himself ready to seek a crown with the Santiago team and will be making his debut during the week just like Carlos Martínez

The Aguilas Cibaeñas They are preparing to introduce new additions to their weekly roster and among the old acquaintances is the Panamanian Johan Camargo and the pitcher Carlos Martinez.

“We have to thank God for having this opportunity again. I am very happy to be here. It is an honor to be with my fanatic eagle, we will always be yellow, ”Carmargo said in statements released by the Eagles.

The infielder will be in his fourth season with the Santiago de los Caballeros team and has just won the World Series with the Atlanta Braves, although he was not on the roster for the final stretch of that postseason.

In LIDOM, in all its stages, he is hitting .242 with 9 homers, 52 RBIs, 43 runs scored and 89 hits 368 times at the plate.

“Several things have happened in recent years, those moments have been special, but we are learning new things, you never stop learning. I had the opportunity to reach the World Series and win, it makes me feel a great emotion and appreciate all that they have given me in life. “

The 27-year-old Camargo is coming off 15 games in 2021 in which he exhausted 18 at-bats in which he was unable to hit, struck out six times and negotiated two transfers.

“I have been working in recent years, ups and downs, but I have continued working. I’ve never fallen down, I’ve always kept the faith. Whether mentally or physically, staying strong and doing my best is my goal, ”Camargo concluded.

The Águilas Cibaeñas return to action this Tuesday, December 7, to face the Toros del Este at the Francisco Micheli Stadium in La Romana, where Yunesky Maya will be the starting pitcher for the Santiago team.

The “Tsunamy” Carlos Martínez will be making his debut this Saturday against the Gigantes del Cibao and Camargo would do it this Wednesday against the Tigres del Licey, as reported by the Cibaeños.