Johan Camargo: "In Las Águilas we are a family and there is no room for bad vibes"

The Panamanian player spoke exclusively with ESPN Digital about the meaning that the Cibaeño team has in his career and how the fervor of the eaglets fans commit him more to the cause

“Honestly, it was something that maybe I expected, but not to that extent,” he tells him. Johan camargo to ESPN Digital on the ovation received last Wednesday in his debut with the Águilas Cibaeñas at the Cibao Stadium.

“When I felt that moment, I was filled with emotions. I knew I had a well-loved fan base here, but with that I said, they went beyond the limits. I knew something big was going to be heard, but in the end it pushed the limits. Wow, this moment is for life”.

This is how excited the 28-year-old Panamanian expresses himself, how he feels every time he puts on the Eagles jersey. The fans have embraced him as one of them, and he feels as much from Santiago as anyone.

Camargo, who was recently crowned World Series champion with the Atlanta Braves and signed before the lockout with the Philadelphia Phillies, understands that there is no other stadium like ‘Death Valley.’

“I thank God for this moment and for seeing my fanatic eagle there in the stands. It is the reason why I love this stadium (Estadio Cibao). For me, they opened their hearts to me and that was an instant crush. “

But within all the positive things that exist among the fans and the atmosphere that is lived in each game, there is a figure that plays a fundamental role in everything achieved in the Dominican local ball.

It is historical to be next to Félix Fermín. It is the most winning. It is a very beautiful experience and he knows that you give it all on the field. What he does as a manager is invaluable, when it is his turn to fight for us he makes us understand that we only have to worry about what happens on the field. He has our backs, ”Camargo said about his leader.

The versatile player also understands what is within the reach of the team and highlights how important it is to take things on a game-by-game basis.

“We as a group are always trying to control emotions, the important thing is to do the job in each game. And in Las Águilas we are a familyWe have always been happy, too united and there is no way that there is a bad vibe here, the goal is clear ”, Camargo concluded.