The Venezuelan Rougned Odor, of the Baltimore Orioles, shook this Friday night a golden home run against the Tampa Bay Rays.
At the bottom of the 13th inning, on a 1-1 count, Odor parried a Ralph Garza Jr. pass to send the ball deep into right field.
According to Baseball Savant, the Venezuelan's connection posted an exit speed of 106.7 miles per hour and traveled 405 feet at Oriole Park at Camdem Yards.
The native of Maracaibo, Zulia state, went into action late in the engagement and in the end dressed in glory.
With this hit from four corners, Odor, 28, reached two home runs in 2022 and 163 for life in the Major Leagues (MLB).
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For the second consecutive day, Baltimore featured a Venezuelan, after Anthony Santander left the New York Yankees on the field on Thursday.
Thanks to Rougned Odor, the Orioles, whose goal is to avoid 100 losses in 2022, reached their 16th victory of the season.