Miguel Guerra. By
as reported Francis Romero, son of former gardener of industrial teams, Sergei PerezCuba left in recent days for the Dominican Republic, a country that welcomes many Cuban players who want to rise to the top.
Sergei Pérez Rousseau would work from a neighboring country to improve his skills until he became a free agent and signed with a major league organization.
Born in Havana, the young prospect weighs 180 pounds and measures 6’1, he primarily works as an outfielder. In Cuba he was part of the EIDE and later played the under-18 national championship in 2022, where he posted an OBP of .421 in 10 games and 19 appearances at home.
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In his sporting record, the Havana young man is considered a contact player, with a good defensive hand and remarkable athleticism.
It is known that once these prospects leave Cuba, they find better training methods and better nutrition than on the island, this greatly helped Perez Jr. to improve his skills on the eve of accomplishing his goals. Will get
Sergei Perez Russo has joined the list of Cuban talents who will flee the island in 2022. Given the dire economic, social and political situation the country is going through, mass exodus is on the rise and, of course, Cuban athletes are not exempt from this situation. ,
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