The Venezuelan Asdrúbal Cabrera carried out a betrayal beating in winter baseball that ended with several expulsions [Video]
Venezuelan baseball had a big beating on Saturday night between the Sharks of La Guaira and the Caribes of Anzoátegui. In the seventh inning, Dominican Carlos Castro hit his third home run of the night and celebrated angrily in front of the rivals' dugout.
This gesture was not to the liking of Asdrubal Cabrera, who was at first base, and while Castro looked towards the dugout, Cabrera delivered a treacherous punch to the face that sent Castro down and then the players from both benches came out and began hitting each other.
The fight lasted more than half an hour after one of the Sharks players threw a ball at the Caribes players that hit him in the face during the exchange of punches. To date, the league has not made any decisions on long-term suspensions or when targeting those most responsible for the brawl.
Castro is the fourth member of La Guiara to register his name on the exclusive list of players with three homers in a challenge in the annals of the LVBP, along with Scott Van Slyke (10/30/2012), Javier Herrera (12/01/2012) and Alex Cabrera (11/18/2013).
The game ended with more than 5 players expelled between both teams, and ended with the victory of the Tiburones de La Guaira 6 runs by 4 against the Caribes of Anzoátegui. Both teams meet again this Sunday in Venezuelan baseball.
Asdrubal Cabrera is a player with more than 10 years of experience in the Major Leagues who was in teams like the New York Mets, Cleveland Guardians, Washington Nationals, among others. For the past two years he has played for the Caribes de Anzoátegui team.
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