Juan Carlos Sulbaran back at Proclub in the US
WILLEMSTAD - For the time being, the stay of Curaçao baseball player Juan Carlos Sulbaran for Silicon Storks in the Dutch big league has been limited to five games.
The pitcher from the Dutch Kingdom Team has returned to the United States where he made his debut for Winnipeg Goldeyes last night. This was reported by honkbalsite.nl. That club, which is part of the American Association, had strengthened its selection yesterday for the series against Sioux City Explorers with three new players, including Sulbaran. The club is currently in fourth place in the North Division of the American Association.
Curt Smith, Dashenko Ricardo, Randolph Oduber and Shairon Martis are also active in this professional competition. They all play at the Lincoln Saltdogs. With his debut in the Dutch big league earlier this year, Sulbaran is on the field again after a year of absence.
After completing the successful World Baseball Classic in 2017, he got into a car accident on his way home. It wasn’t his fault. The collarbone of his throwing arm was dislocated. The recovery then took a long time. It was not until March of this year that Sulbaran could throw his first bullpen session again.