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Trevor Story commands the "red-legged" resurgence

In the last two games, the waiter accumulates four home runs and 11 RBI

Infielder Trevor Story, brand new acquisition of the Boston Red Sox, commands the resurgence of the troop led by Puerto Rican Alex Cora.

On the day of this Thursday, Story hit a home run with the bases loaded to put his team ahead.

According to Baseball Savant, the waiter's connection to Robbie Ray, starter for the Seattle Mariners, posted an exit speed of 106.8 miles per hour and traveled 378 feet on line strung above the "green monster."

In the past two games against Seattle, Story, who agreed to a six-year, $140 million deal with Boston, has four homers and 11 RBIs.

Read also: Alex Cora reached 300 wins in charge of Boston

For his part, Abraham Toro, a Venezuelan born in Canada, discounted the disadvantage of his team with his sixth “home run” of 2022.

With his double nine of the campaign, Eugenio Suárez also joined Seattle's comeback attempt. After that hit, the popular "Bolibomba" reached 162 connections from two corners to match the records of Yorvit Torrealba and Bauidilio Díaz.

Now, Suárez, 30, will have to fight César Hernández (163) and Rougned Odor (165) to continue climbing the list of top doubles connectors among Venezuelans in the MLB.

Despite the "rebellion" of the Venezuelans, the Red Sox kept the commitment (7 to 3).

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