LOCAL KENOSHA KINGFISH PLAYER MAKES FIRST ALL STAR GAME

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Kenosha News- Local Kenosha man to represent the Kenosha Kingfish in the 2018 Northwoods League All star game. Left fielder Ricardo Macias recieved the news that he was unanimously selected to his 1st all star game.Macias put up monstrous numbers this year with a .389 batting average and leading the Northwoods League in home runs with 46 thru just half way into the season.

When asked how he felt about it Macias said with tears in his eyes "I work hard and train hard so I knew it would only be a matter of time".

Ricardo Macias road to All- Star game started out back in 2012.Kenosha Kingfish scouts were at a local softball tournament and noticed Macias hitting homerun after homerun that weekend as well as flashing the leather in Left field. After the tournament the Kingfish scout Terry Anderson talked to the manager of the locally famous softball team Los Jokers and asked to buy out Macias contract out.In his 1st year of spring training with the Kingfish Macias suffered an ankle injury while jumping out of his truck.He sat out the 2013 season with the injury.Macias remained focused and worked hard and finally received a starting Left Field position in 2015 with the Kingfish, slowly climbing up the ranks as one of the premier left fielders in the Northwoods League.

When asked what the secret to his quick success was Ricardo Macias said "Pinto beans, I eat them 2-3 times a day and that's what gives me strength and protein "

On behalf of the Kenosha community we would like to wish Ricardo Macias good luck in the 2018 Northwoods League All Star game.

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