The good moment of Eagles of Zulia not only goes through the manager's hands Marco Davalillo, you also have to give credit to the veteran Dominican batter Elm Rosario, who leads the offensive flight game after game and their numbers confirm it.
The 39-year-old batter maintains his average of .448 (third best in the league), at a rate of 13 hits in 29 at-bats so far this season, not forgetting that he has produced six races, most of them, at times keys, to lead the Zulians to the top of the table with a record of seven wins and two losses.
Speaking to the orange press department, the Dominican said: "We have an excellent team and we are living an excellent time, things have come out, good batting and also good pitching, but we continue working to continue winning."
The contribution of the gardener, who participates in his third campaign of the LVBP then get uniform with Sharks at 16-17 and Brave in the 18-19, it has been such that to date it is the team leader in scoring (7), second in RBIs (6) and co-leader in hits with 13. Being the most dangerous in the Davalillo lineup with Angel Reyes Y Yosmany Guerra.
"It's a very good group, everyone has been contributing and that's why we are where we are," he added.