Rookie-level Boca Chica South Dominican Summer League Dominican Republic
DOMINICAN METS OF THE DOMINICAN SUMMER LEAGUE Estadio Quisqueya Calle Frank Felix Miranda #1 ENS, Naco Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 809-567-3090
The Summer League of Dominican Republic, started its operations in 1985. Mr. Sal Artiaga, president of the National Association Professional Baseball League, and Mr. Freddy Jana mentored this league. This League initiated and continued under the presidency of Mr. Jana.
At the present time, the the Dominican Republicís Summer League, has numerically the biggest amount of teams in the National Association. It counts 34 teams, which is four (4) more than the existing ones in Major Leagues. The league has five organizations at the present time and they have two (2) teams as well. The organizations are Oakland, Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York Yankees and Cleveland.
The most significant profit of Dominican Summer League is that about two hundred Latin Americans players begin their play in the league.
May 22, 2007 -- Pictured above is Dominican President Leonel Fernandez center, holding a New York Mets jersey, as he poses for photographers with Mets Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon, right, and Mets General Manager Omar Minaya, during a news conference to announce the beginning of the construction of the new state-of-the-art international baseball training academy in Boca Chica east of Santo Domingo.
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