The Puerto Rican of the Atlanta Braves, Eddie Rosario, shone this Sunday with the tree and hit the cycle before the San Francisco Giants, being the fourth player to achieve such a thing in the 2021 season of Major League Baseball – MLB.
Through the Braves vs Giants game at Oracle Park in San Francisco, Eddie Rosario had a perfect afternoon with the wood and batted for the cycle in victory for his team, being the fourth player to achieve such a commitment in the current 2021 season Major League Baseball and Atlanta’s second, since Freddie Freeman did it against the Marlins.
Rosario doubled in the first inning, tripled in the fifth, hit a one-run homer in the seventh and singled on a single in the ninth to get the cycle off the top seed for the 2021 MLB postseason, driving in par. racing and scoring one to mark a brilliant performance on the road.
What other Braves player got a game like that?
The 29-year-old Puerto Rican joins Herman Long, Duff Cooley, Johnny Bates, Bill Collins, Albert Hall, Mark Kotsay and Freddie Freeman as the eighth Braves player to hit for the cycle in Major League Baseball history. In addition, he accompanies his partner Freeman, Jake Cronenworth and Trea Turner as those who have achieved it in the current 2021 harvest.
On the other hand, Rosario is the fifth Puerto Rican-born player to achieve the cycle and the first to do so since Bengie Molina in the 2010 Major League Baseball season.
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– MLB Puerto Rico (@MLBPuertoRico) September 19, 2021
After this remarkable performance, Eddie Rosario batted .264 in the 2021 MLB season with 12 homers, 88 hits, 57 RBIs and 36 runs scored.
And with the Braves …
He has 16 hits in 50 at-bats, five homers, 11 RBIs, seven runs scored and a .320 average.