Matt Pobereyko Baseball dead and obituary, Algodoneros pitcher who represented Mexico

Mexican baseball was in mourning this weekend after the death of American pitcher Matt Pobereyko of the Algodoneros de Guasave was reported Saturday afternoon.

Through social networks, the official account of Algodoneros confirmed the death of Matt Pobereyko at the age of 31, just a few weeks after he represented Mexico in the 2023 Caribbean series in early February.

“We are devastated and surprised by this sad news that all staff at Algodoneros de Guasave Baseball Club are united in praying for the eternal rest of our teammate Matt Pobereyko, who ceased to exist this morning,” the Sinaloan Club lamented. .

Minutes earlier, Jorge Flores, one of Mexico’s current runners-up in the Pacific League, posted a post on his Instagram account in which he mourned the death of his partner. “I still can’t believe it. Vikings, we’re going to miss you,” he chimed in.

Heart Attack, Matt Pobereyko’s Cause of Death

Saraperos de Saltillo, who was on Pobereyko’s team in the Mexican League, mourned the Hoosier’s death in addition to clarifying that a heart attack ended his life.

The late baseball player just came off a successful 2023-23 season in the Mexican Pacific League, winning six games and losing two with a 2.05 ERA. In addition, he also finished runner-up with the Guasave team.

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