Frank Camilo signs new contract with baseball in Italy

Edited by Ed Newman
2024-02-12 10:41:58


Frank Camilo Morejon

Havana, February 12 (RHC) - The former catcher of the Cuban baseball team and Industriales, Frank Camilo Morejón, will be part of the coaching staff of Parma Clima Baseball, in Italy, reported the Cubalite portal.

Frank Camilo has lived very difficult days so far this year. First he suffered the death of his father and last week his mother passed away, as reported by the media and Facebook pages and groups linked to baseball.

As a token of gratitude to all the people who wished him strength, he posted the following message on his Facebook profile: "Very hard, bitter and painful days for me and my short family due to the physical departure of my parents. Immersed in my pain I have received thousands of messages of support and condolences. From my heart and with my soul in my hand I want to thank my friends, acquaintances, students, neighbors, all the pages, sites and baseball fans who shared every message of support in memory of my parents. Eternally grateful.

In a short time, Morejon will take on a new opportunity in his short but effective coaching career, and the eternal memory of his parents will surely drive him to perform his duties to the best of his ability. For the second consecutive year, he will be linked to baseball in Italy.

On this occasion, he will be part of the coaching staff of Parma Clima Baseball, one of the best clubs competing in the Italian Serie A.

As reported to Cubalite by a member of the management of that company, the Havana native will occupy the enormous responsibility of bench coach, that is to say, he will be the right hand of manager Marcello Saccardi.Frank Camilo will be in charge of this position, which is a great step forward in his career, thanks to his remarkable technical knowledge, his experience of more than 15 years as a player and his human values - highlighted by Massimo Fochi, general manager -, the latter very much in line with the will of the entity for the next season, which will begin at the end of April.

The former catcher, who played for 16 campaigns with Industriales, was as an athlete with the Parma cast in 2018, when he batted .250, with 22 hits, with four doubles as extravases, 16 RBIs, six tickets and seven strikeouts.

Last year, Morejon, 38, was one of the coaches of the Ciemme Oltretorrente team, which participates in Italy's Serie A.Frank Camilo signs new contract with Italian baseball



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