The Venezuelan utility, Oswaldo Cabrera, returned this Saturday to the roster of the Yankees New York for the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers after a week in Triple A.
The Venezuelan showed that he should never have been sent to the Minor Leagues with a powerful home run to support the 'Bronx Mules' 6-3 victory.
The Yankees opened the scoring in the second inning thanks to a home run by Jake Bauers that allowed him to drive in DJ LeMahieu.
In the bottom of the second, the Venezuelan David Peralta closed the distance with a fly ball with which he sent Jason Heyward to the plate.
The 'Bronx Bombers' reacted in the fourth inning with another Jake Bauers home run to left center field for Anthony Rizzo to score.
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'Judge' Aaron Judge couldn't be left out of this home run party and in the top of the sixth he hit his 19th homer of the season to make it 5-1.
The game was defined in the top of the ninth thanks to the solo home run by Oswaldo Cabrera, who pinch-hit from Bauers, to reach four in the season.