MIAMI – ESPN baseball reporter Enrique Rojas is on the scene at the Miami Marlins’ loanDepot park as the 2024 Caribbean Series unfolds. ESPN recently signed a five-year deal to continue as the Spanish-language home of the event, a staple on ESPN Deportes since it began airing it in 2006.
This year’s tournament started Feb. 1 and will run through the championship final Friday. The event brings together traditional representatives of the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela, joined by guest teams from Curacao, Nicaragua, and Panama as the event returns to the U.S. after more than 30 years. It’s the first time a Major League Baseball stadium has played host for the tournament.
Rojas is covering every game, providing the latest news and updates from the field for all ESPN platforms, including ESPNDeportes.com.
On site, he is joined by commentators Carolina Guillen and former New York Yankees pitching great Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez. Ernesto Jerez and Luis Alfredo Alvarez lead the commentary team from ESPN’s Bristol, Conn., headquarters.
In the video above, Rojas discusses the tournament, its significance for baseball fans, and the impact of bringing it back to the U.S.
Jon McLeod and Gaby Nunez produced the video
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