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Curacao Announces Roster for Central American and Caribbean Games

 Matt Tallarini  |    Jun 14th, 2023 3:12pm EDT

Federashon Beisbol Korsou announced the official 24-man roster for Curacao at the 2023 Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador, El Salvador on Tuesday. 

The baseball tournament will be from June 24 to July 1 at Parque de Pelota Saturnino Bengoa in San Salvador, El Salvador, with seven other nations participating in the event.

Curacao is at No. 32 in the World Baseball Rankings, and will play the host nation, No. 59 El Salvador on June 24 at 10 p.m. EDT. All 2023 Central American and Caribbean Games will be streamed for a fee via the gametime.sport website.

The six other nations participating in the 2023 Central American and Caribbean Games are No. 7 Cuba, No. 3 Mexico, No. 17 Nicaragua, No. 6 Venezuela, No. 11 Puerto Rico, and No. 10 Dominican Republic.

Curacao qualified for the 2023 Central American and Caribbean games during the 2022 Caribbean Cup at Andre Rodgers Stadium in the Bahamas, where they placed third in the tournament beating, the Bahamas 4-2 in the bronze medal game.

Curacao has won the Caribbean Cup in 2021 on home soil and placed second, losing to the Netherlands by the score of 6-1 in Rotterdam, at the 2022 Haarlem Honkbal Week event.

The roster for the Central American and Caribbean Games will be similar to the team Curacao brought with them to the Bahamas, filled with players that were recently released from professional organizations throughout the world, active international league professionals, their professional leagues on the island from the Rookie, Single-A, and Double-A levels, along with players that have recently played at the collegiate level in the United States.

Curacao Official Roster 2023 Central American & Caribbean Games
AA – Curacao Professional Federation League

Pitchers (Team)
Temesh Lourens (Royal Scorpions-AA)
Cerilio Soliana (Royal Scorpions-AA)
Ruderly Manuel Wildcats (AA)
Hershelon Juliana (Santa Rosa Indians-AA)
Jordan Lucas (Santa Rosa Indians-AA)
Marlison Brunken (Groot Kwartier Stars-AA)
Je-Andrick Lourens (Royal Scorpions) 
Elchero Francisca (Royal Scorpions-AA)
Sedley Karel (HCAW)

Catchers (Team)
Ulrich Snijders (Wildcats-AA)
Stephan Vidal (Royal Scorpions-AA)
Ortwin Pieternella (San Marino)

Outfielders (Team)
Sherwenne Antersijin (Santa Maria Pirates-AA)
Raysheandel Michel (Wildcats-AA)
Erickson Leonora (San Marino)
Rayshelon Carolina (Curacao Neptunus)

Infielders (Team)
Roderick Bernadina (Royal Scorpions-AA)
Darren Seferina (Santa Maria Pirates-AA)
Kevin Moesquit (Santa Maria Pirates-AA)
Swindly Lint (Santa Rosa Indians-AA)
Alexander Rodriguez (Wildcats-AA)
Dudley Lenora (San Marino)
Andrelton Simmons (Marchena Braves-AA)