Sunday, May 22, 2022
HomeVenezuelan MLBJesús Aguilar blew up the fence in Miami

Jesús Aguilar blew up the fence in Miami

The maracayero is three home runs away from completing his first hundred

The power of the Venezuelan Jesus Aguilar has been unleashed in these first days of May. This Friday the Marlins first baseman hit his fourth home run of the campaign and the third of the month.

Despite his Marlins' setback against the Brewers 2-1, Aguilar He put up a third-inning display of strength against right-hander Corbin Burnes.

The shot, which traveled 401 feet through left field, drove in the first line of the fish and tied the score at 1-1.

Read also: Luis Garcia silenced the Twins

Equality held up the board until the ninth inning, when the Miami relay collapsed and Jacer Peterson received a full-base ticket from pitcher Anthony Bender.

Right-hander Devin William (2-0) got the win after a perfect inning relief, and Josh earned his 13th save.

Tanner Scott (0-1), meanwhile, got the setback.

Aguilar on track for 100

Jesus Aguilar's home run was the 97th of his six-year career as an everyday player on the Big Show.

With the connection, the one from Maracay ties the mark of his compatriot Franklin Gutiérrez and starts a race against the clock with Willson Contreras (99) to see who of the two enters first in the Group of 100.

Depending on the order, they will be the 33rd and 34th Venezuelans who hit 100 or more MLB home runs.

Leave a comment

The last