Dominican player Anderson Hernández will play his last professional baseball game on Tuesday, a last Licey-Águilas that will highlight his career of over 15 years in the Professional Baseball League of the Dominican Republic (Lidom).
Hernández He wore the colors of “Glorious” throughout his winter prom career, except for one season. in which he played with the Eastern Stars of San Pedro de Macorís, in 2019.
Withdrawal of the infielder it had been announced in mid-September last year, through a statement from the blue team, detailing that the veteran will play a game on the Licey calendar.
Hernández has won four Dominican winter league titles with the Licey franchise, in addition to four other locals.
It is also mentioned as half of “Los Menores” a popular duet with double play with short stop Erick Aybar.
He played over 450 games with the colors “El Glorioso”, surpassing 450 shots and 200 runs.
At the end of August last year, he announced his retirement from professional baseball after a 20-year career between major leagues, minor leagues, Lidom and the Central Japanese League.
“Anderson Hernández, an icon of the recent history of our organization, is retiring from professional baseball,” El Menor “left his soul on the field with a blue shirt with a heart representing the 5 letters of Licey”, he posted on Twitter Licey at that moment.