The Venezuelan of the Kansas City Royals, Salvador Perez, continues to be really intractable with the tree and this Sunday he fired his 41st homer of the current 2021 season of Major League Baseball – MLB, marking his best year as a professional.
Through the White Sox vs Royals game, the Venezuelan player Salvador Perez He hit his third home run in two days and hit 41 in 2021, just two behind Major League Baseball leader Shohei Ohtani of the Angels.
Yesterday, Pérez punished the Chicago team with a couple of home runs and reached 40, hours later he gave them the same syrup and continued his offensive streak this season, reaching his first season in MLB with 100 or more towed.
In the height of the first inning, “Salvy” executed his opposite side (right field) to the right pitcher Dylan Cease, who misplaced a fastball and he deposited it deep in the stands at 111.6 miles and reached 448 feet. away, meaning his hit 144 of the present year.
Here’s the home run:
With that three-run hit, Salvador Pérez after a decade in the MLB gets his first season with 100 RBIs or more, having so far 102 and if he continues with that performance he will go for much more to mark a dream year.
What’s more, Perez becomes the third most homers in a season, leaving Mike Piazza behind with this # 41 hit.
Here is the list:
- Johnny Bench, 45
- Javy Lopez, 43
- Todd Hundley 41
- Roy Campanella 41
- Salvador Perez 41
- Mike piazza 40
As well as this hit, he became the tenth Venezuelan in history with 100 RBIs in an MLB campaign.
Now, “Salvy” is hitting in the 2021 harvest of Big leagues To .278, with 144 hits, 41 homers and 102 RBIs, all in 135 games.