World Classic Ronald Acuña Jr pulls MLB missing WBC permits
Ronald Acuna Jr.. has shown his dissatisfaction with the lack of permissions by Major League Baseball (MLB) to participate in the World Baseball Classic. Atlanta Braves outfielder gave him everything to the League for this situation. The WBC is scheduled to take place from the first days of March of this 2023.
It was through a story on Instagram that Ronald Acuña Jr. attacked Major League Baseball (MLB) for the issue of player permits to see action in the World Baseball Classic (WBC).
“I have a question. Being Venezuelan, I want to play and represent my country in the WBC. If the MLB is the organizer of the event, why do some players have permission and others not? (I am one),” wrote the major leaguer.
The Atlanta Braves outfielder also revealed that he does not have the relevant permission to participate in this international event. Up to this point, the reason why they would not be granting it is not known.
Ronald Acuña Jr. is one of the young figures who represent Venezuela in the Major Leagues. Fans would expect him to be part of the South American country’s WBC roster alongside other major leaguers like José Altuve.
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