Since his breakthrough in MLB, it was known that the former top prospect of the Rays from Tampa Bay and from all the Major Leagues, Wander Franco, he would be a player who would make a difference in his lineup and help the Rayas to push hard to reach the postseason once again in 2021, and the Dominican of barely 20 years is being key and is even rubbing shoulders with bigger names.
According to data from Sarah Langs of MLB.com, Wander Franco has reached base in 24 consecutive games, the longest streak imposed by a player 20 years or younger since Ken Griffey Jr. reached base in 25 consecutive games in the United States. 1990 season.
Wander Franco is currently the youngest player in all of the Major Leagues at just 20 years and 5 months, and in his first MLB season he is hitting .262 / .327 / .437 with 6 home runs, 28 RBIs and 32 scored in 2021 for the one who was recently the No. 1 prospect in the Major Leagues.
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