Champion of the Caribbean event receives a bonus of 108 thousand dollars and 72 thousand dollars for the second place
CARACAS.- About one and a half million dollars must have it Confederate Caribbean Baseball to be distributed among the six teams and 168 players that will be animating on February 4th the 61st edition of the Caribbean series to be held at the National Curriculum "Rod Curry" in Panama.
Although commissioner Juan Francisco Puello Herrera has not released official information, it was broadcast yesterday that there are differences with the Confederation of Caribbean Baseball Players (Confection), because in the emergency situation with the change of the place of Barcasimeto in Panama, it is likely to reduce the bonuses for the players.
Traditionally, each team that participates in the classics receives $ 195,000 to compete, the two finalists distribute $ 180,000 ($ 108,000 for the champion and 72th for the second runner), pay $ 90 a day in daily diaries, a figure that reaches nearly $ 100,000 from the tournament, and the rest for individual champions.
TV contributes resources
Juan Francisco Puelo Herrera has been in the Caribbean's Professional Baseball League Confederation for nearly three decades and, thanks to this huge profession, has won the formula for gaining economic resources that keep the tournament alive. The sale of television broadcast rights to international channels has enabled him to implement enlargement projects that, in the short term, can involve Asian teams.