The Venezuelan Lenyn Sosa, of the Chicago White Sox, hit his first effective hit in the Major Leagues (MLB) this Sunday afternoon.
The first connection of the native of Puerto Ordaz, Bolívar state, was a double against Jordan Lyles, starter for the Baltimore Orioles.
Grab that baseball! First major-league hit for Lenyn Sosa! pic.twitter.com/qBkZt96xeC- Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) June 26, 2022
After taking six shifts, Sosa was baptized in the major league on this Sunday, in which he went 3-1.
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In his first "pininos", the young Venezuelan infielder, 22 years old, bats for .111 in the "Big Show".
According to the journalist's list of Diary Líder Carlos Figueroa Ruíz, Lenyn Sosa became the 14th Venezuelan player to make his MLB debut during the 2022 season.
The other 13 were Diego Castillo (IF-OF/Pirates), José Azócar (OF/Padres), Robert Suárez (P/Padres), José Herrera (W/Cascabeles), Simón Muzziotti (OF/Filis), Gabriel Arias (IF /Guardians), René Pinto (C/Rays), Juan Yépez (OF-1B/Cardinals), Francisco Morales (P/Phillies), Anderson Espinoza (P/Cubs), Jermaine Palacios (IF/Twins), Gabriel Moreno (C /Azulejos) and Max Castillo (P/Azulejos).