Juan Vené affirms that Cabrera and Pujols do not have insurance their entrance to the Hall of Fame

The journalist Juan Vené affirms that Miguel Cabrera and Albert Pujols do not have insurance their entrance to the Hall of Fame of the MLB.

In fact, the famous journalist who has the privilege of electing those who will be members of the Hall of Fame in the Major Leagues, affirmed in his column dated October 7, that both Miguel Cabrera and Albert Pujols have not guaranteed their entry to Cooperstown .

Eliézer Chirino, from Caracas, told Vené: “Miguel Cabrera and Albert Pujols have no doubts about their destiny for the Cooperstown Hall of Fame. What other active players do you consider with that possibility?

Juan Vené replied: “Cabrera, Pujols and no one else has that for sure. Many years to go, five after retirement. Many things can happen. “

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Now, what Vené has said is right in the sense that Cabrera and Pujols are still playing, in addition to the fact that you have to wait five years after they have retired and after that, it is that they will appear on the ballots to enter Cooperstown .

But what is a fact is that if up to now there has been no extra-sporting matter that has damaged the image of both figures, undoubtedly that due to their performance on the field of play and off it, the two horses are members painted to Enter the Temple of the Immortals in Cooperstown.

Pujols with more than three thousand hits, 600 home runs, two thousand RBIs, a batting crown, while Cabrera with 500 home runs, almost 3,000 hits, 1,800 RBIs, 4 batting titles, a triple crown in 2012.

Latin America is fortunate to have had these ball monsters in its midst and we are privileged in this generation to have been able to enjoy their entire career.

As I have always stated in my articles, unless a wheel comes off the wagon, both Cabrera and Pujols are members of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame.

Author: Carlos Quijada

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