Get to know Jorge Alfaro “Aquaman” who is a “hero” of the Licey
In recent days, the name has become very popular in the Dominican Republic. Jorge Alfaro or as “Aquaman” is popularly known, who is supporting the team the Tigers of the Licey in this winter baseball season 2022-2023.
An example of his performance is yesterday’s game, where Licey got a torrid hit, led by Jorge Alfaro in the game against Águilas Cibaeñas. Also, last Sunday Alfaro hit an RBI hit in the bottom of the ninth to get the tigers they will leave the players on the field of play Cibao Giants.
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Here are some data from Alfaro:
Jorge Alfaro was born in Sincelejo, Colombia on June 11, 1991. He is 29 years old. He is 6-3 and about 230 pounds.
He is an experienced catcher who has played seven seasons in Major League Baseball with the Philadelphia Phillies, Miami Marlins and San Diego Padres, with whom he saw action in 82 games in the 2022 season.
Last season, the catcher hit seven homers and 14 doubles with 40 RBIs in 256 official at-bats. In his career in the Major leagues, the player has hit 118 extra-base hits with 194 RBIs and a .701 OPS in 478 games played.
In his years in Philadelphia, the player batted .270 with 15 home runs and 51 RBIs in 143 games, with an OPS of .749 between 2016 and 2018. With the Marlins he hit 25 home runs in 253 games in which he drove in 103 runs and totaling 58 extra-base hits.
When Jorge Alfaro arrived at the Licey
It was on November 26 when the Tigers of the Licey announced the hiring of Major League Baseball catcher Jorge Alfaro as an import for the continuation of the Dominican Republic Professional Baseball League tournament, which is dedicated to the memory of Don Tomás Troncoso Cuesta.
“The hiring of Alfaro responds to our intention to add a right-handed bat to the lineup that provides us with depth and strengthens our team, as has been the intention of the operations department since we took office,” he said at the time. audo vincentGeneral Manager.