The Venezuelan Thairo Estrada, of the San Francisco Giants, hit this Sunday the tenth home run of the 2022 Major League Baseball (MLB) season.
At the top of the sixth inning, the versatile Venezuelan punished a fastball from Oakland A's reliever AJ Puk to get the ball out center-left.
According to Baseball Savant, Estrada's connection, with a companion in circulation, posted an exit speed of 101.3 miles per hour and traveled 397 feet.
Thairo Estrada returned to action this Sunday after receiving a strong and dangerous ball to the head on July 30.
A scary moment at the bottom of the fifth after Thairo Estrada appeared to be hit by a pitch in the helmet.- SF Giants on NBCS (@NBCSGiants) July 31th, 2022
He would eventually walk off the field with support from manager Gabe Kapler and trainers. pic.twitter.com/yUcSwnZcQ2
With this hit from four corners, number 21 of his career, the native of Bejuma, Carabobo state, took the opportunity to reach 43 RBIs.
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Thanks to the Venezuelan, the Giants stayed (6 to 4) with the commitment and placed their record at 53-55.