Latino baseball players Francisco Lindor and Robinson Canó, of the New York Mets, They stood out this Friday afternoon on the commemorative day for the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's debut in the Major Leagues.
At the bottom of the 4th. inning, Canó, ranked sixth and defending second base, extended the lead of the Metropolitans (3 to 0) over the Arizona Diamondbacks, after hitting his first home run of the season.
According to Baseball Savant, the Dominican's connection posted an exit speed of 103.3 miles per hour and traveled 398 feet.
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According to the aforementioned portal dedicated to advanced statistics, the Puerto Rican hit, with a partner in circulation, went out at 105.2 miles per hour and traveled 396 feet.
Later, at the close of the 8th. act, after a home run by Starling Marte, Lindor once again hit the ball out of the park to the delight of fans at Citi Field.
Despite a reaction in the 9th. entrance, the Diamondbacks were unable to embitter the Mets' debut in their hometown.
Regarding the performance of the Venezuelans, Eduardo Escobar was 5-for-1 with a double and an RBI, while David Peralta, for Arizona, was a target in two visits to the plate.
Thanks to the rain of home runs in the Citi Filed, the Mets managed to prevail (10 to 3) to Arizona.
The Queens team added its sixth win of the campaign to lead the Eastern Division of the National League.