Al Rojas Vivo: Wander Franco kicks off 2022 at full steam

Al Rojas Vivo Wander Franco kicks off 2022 at full

the dominican Wander Franco and Curaçao Jurickson Profar led a great performance of the Latin American troop to win the first two places in the ranking of the best Latin hitters of “Al Rojas Vivo”, which for 17th. consecutive year publishes ESPN Digital weekly during the regular season of the Major Leagues. “Al Rojas Vivo”, … Read more

Buster Olney’s top 10 for 2022: The best MLB infielders

Buster Olneys top 10 for 2022 The best MLB infielders

The intrigue surrounding the best class of free-agent shortstops boils down to one final duo. Shortly after the next collective agreement is agreed, Carlos Correa Y Trevor Story they’ll sign big deals, and then much from the transactional focus of the sport will shift to another position: third base, including the guy who is ranked … Read more

MLB 2021 Scandals: Less Glue and Doping, But More Misconduct

MLB 2021 Scandals Less Glue and Doping But More Misconduct

Controversy surrounding the use of substances to improve ball grip easily tops Major League Baseball’s (MLB) list of scandals in the 2021 season, when doping penalties were lowered but penalties and misconduct investigations increased. and domestic violence, and the dreaded list of ineligible for work in baseball grew. After ignoring the violation of rules 3.01 … Read more

2021 MLB recap: Braves, Ohtani and pitching dominate baseball

2021 MLB recap Braves Ohtani and pitching dominate baseball

Atlanta lost the All-Star Game but won the World Series, in a season dominated by pitching that marked the return of stadium fans and in which the wonderful Japanese player Shohei ohtani achieved unprecedented achievements for Major League Baseball (MLB) of American baseball. After a short tournament with empty stands in 2020 due to the … Read more

MLB: MVP vote sparks controversy after leaving Salvador Pérez in seventh place

The most important MLB awards were already delivered this week, with the MVP being the most prestigious and expected of the season, after several historical seasons were in the shortlist of the award. However, as usual with these awards, there were quite controversial after Bryce Harper and Shohei Ohtani were elected winners of the National … Read more

MLB: Yankees looking to fill in for Gary Sánchez Could Salvador Pérez be the answer?

The New York Yankees look like this offseason’s great team from MLB who is willing to throw the house out the window to reinforcera his lineup heading to 2022 and finally win that elusive World Seriesl, with at least four positions that GM Brian Cashman has hinted that they will seek to add playersThese being … Read more

Salvador Pérez won the Luis Aparicio Award

HOUSTON – Kansas City Royals catcher, Salvador Perez, unanimously won the Luis Aparicio Award, which is awarded annually to the most outstanding Venezuelan player of the Major League Baseball season in the United States. The award was created in 2004 in honor of the only Venezuelan player to have a plaque in the Cooperstown Hall … Read more

‘Salvatore’ looks like a gladiator

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Gonzalo Urgelles R. | [email protected] CARACAS. In the game between the Kansas City Royals and the Cleveland Indians, Venezuelan receiver Salvador Pérez equaled the franchise’s home run record, which was in the power of the Cuban Jorge Soler. In addition, it displaced Andres Galarraga to be alone in second place for the Creole home runners … Read more

MLB: Solo Leader! Salvador Pérez hits home run 47 and leaves Vladdy Jr behind

Goodbye little ball! Salvador Pérez hit his 47th home run in the 2021 season from MLB, so much so that it makes it position itself as solo leader from the home run department, leaving behind Vladimir Guerrero Jr. The Venezuelan blew up the wall in the meeting on Tuesday, September 28 between the Kansas City … Read more

Historical! Salvador Pérez hits his HR no. 46 and beat the legendary Johnny Bench

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While in the conversation for the AL MVP they have always been talking about Japanese Shohei Ohtani and Vladimir Guerrero Jr., the reality is that the great season is passing by that Venezuelan Salvador Pérez of the Kansas City Royals is having, which under normal circumstances would also have him as a favorite to be … Read more