By Aliet Arzola Lima
The man from Matanzas, seventh in the Nats batch, hit a couple of hits in four at-bats and improved his offensive line to .277/.321/.427, indicators mostly close to or higher than those he achieved last year in his first full MLB season.
But the highlight of Yadiel on this Saturday day was the home run he hit to the Braves starter, Kyle Wright, which served to discount a run when his team lost 4×1. Before the first pitch of the seventh inning (a 90.4-mile slider in the lower zone), the yumurino quickly moved the crossbar and hit a home run throughout the center field.
The shot went 103.1 miles and became the third-highest homer in Yadiel’s career, second only to those he hit Michael Lorenzen (104.9 mph) and Stefan Crichton (103.9 mph) in May 2022 and 2021, respectively.
But there is more relevant data linked to this connection, which became the longest home run (413 feet) by the man from Matanzas since he debuted in the Majors in 2020. Previously, Yadiel had a 404-foot home run (vs. Tommy Milone on 27 March). April 2021) as a personal brand, which has now been forgotten.
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AT 100 MILES: Yadiel SET 2 RECORDS with a swing against the champions