Players are required to participate in LMP pre-season training
After the start of the pre-season training camp, several Chihuahua players are preparing for the 2021 season of the Mexican Pacific League.
Two Chihuahus from Naranjeros de Hermosillo were selected for the preseason. One is Dylan Jasso, an infielder of Mineros de Parral of the National Baseball League, and the other is right-hander Ramón Carrasco, who is still participating in the Milwaukee Brewers in Arizona.
Some Chihuahuas are still not reporting, as some have yet to finish their minor league seasons. However, they will once their team permits them to.
Similarly, pitcher Sergio Alvarado from Meoqui played for the Mexican Baseball League Yucatan Lions in the summer, and he was required to report to Cañeros de Los Mochis.
Tomateros de Culiacán also has a pair of Chihuahuas on the guest list for the training camp in September this year. They are Ricardo Estrada and Jameer Lyle, both pitchers for the Kansas City Royals. They both will end their rookie season playing in the Dominican Summer League’s minor leagues.
Parralense infielder Carlos Muñoz appeared on the Venados de Mazatlán training camp roster. Muñoz has many years of experience with Venados and Aguilas de Mexicali in the Mexican Pacific Union.
Some teams may expand their guest roster to the preseason. However, some teams have only revealed their active roster.
The Mexican Pacific League 2021 season will be announced on October 5.
Similarly, in several teams, some players are not Chihuahuas, but now or have participated in the state baseball league, such as Samuel Zazueta, Hector Galvan, Gerardo Sanchez, Jose · Southeda et al.
Age: 18 years old
Height: 1.88 m
Weight: 74 kg