Rangel is a former pitcher for the New York Yankees affiliate born and raised in Panama, with a long and successful resume that led him to be a pitching coach for the Texas Rangers and currently works with the Boston Red Sox in minor leagues. .
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“As a pitching coach it’s a dream for me, I’ve always wanted to wear the shirt of the Panama team, things happened for me to be here and we’re going to work hard with the boys,” Rangel said in an interview with the press department of the Panamanian Baseball Federation (Fedebeis).
Rangel made it clear that the team’s goal is to qualify, so he is trying to bring the best pitching staff for this competition, which will face Nicaragua, New Zealand, Brazil, Pakistan and Argentina.
“The goal is to qualify, that’s why we’re here. It’s a tremendous opportunity, I feel happy and proud to once again wear Panama’s shirt at an international level and do my bit,” Rangel said.
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The Panamanian team has carried out its preparation at the Roberto ‘Flaco Bala’ Hernández stadium in Las Tablas and it is expected that prior to the competition it will be able to carry out some practices at the Rod Carew stadium (competition venue), which will be delivered tomorrow. Tuesday September 20.
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