Conquistadores Welcome Their 2024 Field Manager

by PRIBL Media

RINCÓN, PR — The Conquistadores, a prominent team in the Puerto Rico Collegiate Summer Baseball League, have set their sights on the upcoming season by announcing Pascual Santiago as their new 2024 Field Manager. Santiago, a former Head Baseball Coach at Prairie State College in Illinois, brings a wealth of experience and a winning pedigree to the role.

Santiago's resume boasts diverse coaching experiences, including stints in various Professional Independent Leagues such as the American Association, Frontier League, Empire League, and, notably, the Puerto Rico Independent Baseball League. With the latter league, Santiago left an indelible mark with the Conquistadores team, clinching the Manager of the Year title and steering his team to championship glory in 2021.

The appointment of Santiago has garnered widespread excitement, with PRIBL President Carlos Nuñez expressing his enthusiasm for the new addition to the Conquistadores' coaching staff. "We are excited to have a coach with many years of experience at the professional level join our ranks," remarked Nuñez. "His wealth of experience and background make him an ideal fit for the team as we look ahead to the upcoming season."

Santiago himself eagerly anticipates the opportunity to lead the Conquistadores. "I am looking forward to coaching and managing in Rincón this summer," Santiago shared. The Puerto Rican Collegiate Summer Baseball League is one of the best summer programs in the country. Rincón is a great place to spend the summer. I cannot wait to get started with the Conquistadores."

The announcement of Santiago's appointment has generated optimism and anticipation among fans of the Conquistadores, who are hopeful that his leadership will propel the team to further success in the upcoming season. With a proven track record of achievement and a deep understanding of the game, Pascual Santiago appears poised to make a significant impact in his new role as the 2024 Field Manager of the Conquistadores.