Cruz encourages MLB award, will return to free agency by 2022

Dominican home runner Nelson Cruz was awarded by the Major League Baseball Commissioner for his humanitarian work towards his community and different peoples of the United States.

Cruz, a native of Las Matas de Santa Cruz, Montecristi province, has a foundation that brings aid and aid to different sectors of society. He does it in the country, in Tampa, in Seattle, and where he wants the Dominican to play.

In 2020, the Foundation also received a similar award from ESPN (the ESPYS Awards). Cruz recounts the details of this award in an interview with Héctor J. Cruz, editor of Listin Diario, in the section Actualidad Deportiva.

He also states his plans to return for the 2022 Major League Baseball season, which would be his 18th at the age of 42. The interview is available on the entire Listin Diario digital platform.



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