Los Angeles Angels has been out of the postseason race for a considerable time in this second half of the season, which is why they have wanted to see what their young talent can show on the field of play.
Such is the case of Liván Soto, who since he reached the highest level of North American baseball, has not stopped hitting and leaving a good taste in just his first nine games in the Big Top.
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The native of Valencia made his debut on the 17th of this month and since then he has shown why he should stay in the big team for 2023 and thus be part of this club led by Mike Trout and the Japanese Shohei Ohtani.
With a hefty average of .346, the product of nine hits in 26 at-bats, including a pair of doubles, a home run and four RBIs, the new Major Leaguer has enough credentials to continue standing in the Big Show. This year in the minors he played 119 games, in which he hit .281; however, he had 128 hits (the most in five years in Angels affiliates), in addition to driving in 57 teammates.