The rookie feeling of all MLB, Wander franco, has not ceased to amaze with his performances for Tampa Bay Rays. As if that were not enough, the Dominican wrote his name again in the history books of the Big leagues during the game against the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday, August 25, as he imposed a new record in the circuit.
Wander Franco has performed well so far in his first year as a Major League Baseball player, a situation that has now led him to become the player 21 years of age or younger with the longest streak of games on base.
This mark was achieved during the meeting between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night, since that became his 26th game on the bases and with 20 years of age.
That night the victory went to the Tampa Bay team and the Dominican shortstop took five at-bats at bat in which he managed to hit three hits and score two runs.
Wander Franco made his debut on June 22 of this year, after months of being considered the best prospect in all of MLB. At the moment he is not disappointing because in 49 games with the Tampa Bay Rays he already has a percentage of .274.
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