The Venezuelan shortstop and second baseman, Lenyn Sosa, was called back to the Major Leagues this Sunday by the Chicago White Sox. Before the end of the series in Arlington between "whitelegs" and Texas Rangers.
El native of Puerto Ordaz, in Bolívar state, saw action for the first time in the "big top" on June 23, being the 451st Venezuelan to debut in the Majors and the 14th to do so in the current harvest.
However, Lenyn Sosa; who in Venezuela belongs to the Leones del Caracas, could not have an immediate impact at the highest level of American organized baseball. Given that in four commitments she left a batting average of .083, the product of only one hit in 12 plate appearances.
Similarly, the 22-year-old exhibits an average with the wood of .316 (from 348-110) in 85 games in the Minor Leagues. Between Triple-A and Double-A, with 16 doubles, two triples, 16 homers and 57 runs scored. In addition to 58 brought to the plate; 48 of them with the Birmingham Barons (AA), representing the eleventh highest figure in the Southern League this season.
His on-base percentage in the Chicago South affiliates is .367, with a .512 slugging percentage and a combined .878 OPS in 387 plate appearances.