If you touch Nicaragua don’t forget to discover the baseball stadiums just about anywhere you go around the country, don’t expect to see enormous luxurious stadiums as in USA, nevertheless I guarantee you, that you will certainly experience the equivalent enthusiasm or probably a bit more.
In Nicaragua, remember that baseball is not a passion, it is a religion.
Also you can consume some Nicaraguan food as quesillo, vigoron, chancho con yuca, tajadas, gallo pinto, carne asada and several more dishes.
La Liga Nicaraguense de Beisbol Profesional (LNBP) was inaugurated on Saturday, March 30, 1956 in Estadio Nacional. The first game was between the baseball team from San Fernando and Boer. The Nicaraguan audience’s enjoyment for baseball thrived as international professional teams and foreign players arrived to play in their country. The unfortunate thing is, because of economic hardship, the league had to close down in 1967. The teams from Boer and Leon were the highly successful teams in those years with 3 championships each. The professional league was re-established in 2004.
Nicaraguan Softball Tournaments
Tournament will be officiated at Little Lake park in Santa Fe Springs. Tournament organizers are preparing for a 12 to 14 team tournament.
Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast- BILWI (Puerto Cabezas) Bluefields, Pearl Lagoon, Corn Island.
The term “Nicaribbean” came from combining Nicaragua and Caribbean into one word.
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NICARAGUAN BASEBALL PLAYERS IN MLB
Elite Players From Nicaragua
|Porfi Altamirano||May 9, 1982||June 8, 1984||Pitcher||Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs|||
|Marvin Bernard||September 5, 1995||September 27, 2003||Outfielder||San Francisco Giants|||
|Everth Cabrera||April 8, 2009||Shortstop||San Diego Padres|||
|Tony Chévez||May 31, 1977||June 8, 1977||Pitcher||Baltimore Orioles|||
|David Green||September 4, 1981||October 4, 1987||First baseman/Outfielder||St. Louis Cardinals, San Francisco Giants|||
|Devern Hansack||September 23, 2006||Pitcher||Boston Red Sox|||
|Oswaldo Mairena||September 5, 2000||September 28, 2002||Pitcher||Chicago Cubs, Florida Marlins|||
|Dennis Martínez||September 14, 1976||September 27, 1998||Pitcher||Baltimore Orioles, Montreal Expos, Cleveland Indians, Seattle Mariners, Atlanta Braves|||
|Vicente Padilla||June 29, 1999||Pitcher||Arizona Diamondbacks, Philadelphia Phillies, Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Dodgers|||
|Albert Williams||May 7, 1980||September 26, 1984||Pitcher||Minnesota Twins||[10|