MLB: Latino players like Adolis García head several offensive departments

Although it may seem hard to believe, they are almost fulfilled two months of the season of Big leagues.

The rules incorporated to make the encounters more agile and spectacular, they’ve been so well assimilated that they seem like they’ve been in the game for decades.

During what has elapsed in the calendar, many teams and players have performed according to the expectations that had been generated around thembut others have emerged to capture part of the spotlight such as the Tampa Bay Rays or the Baltimore Orioles in the American League.

With 236 baseball players latinos that started the campaign and several more that have been added, in Major League Baseball they speak a lot of Spanish. The presence of Latinos is not exclusive to the clubhouses of the 30 organizations, but they are also taking charge of leading some of the main offensive statistics.

batting average

After winning the American League batting title last season with the Minnesota Twins, Venezuelan Luis Arraez transferred his talent to the National League to do what he does best: hit, hit and hit again.

With the Miami Marlins, Arraez has continued like a shower filling the fields with hits. The infielder has the best batting percentage in both leagues at .382 and for a few days he hit above .400. he has hit 60 hits, and 15 RBIs.

For a couple of weeks, Arraez hit above .400.
For a couple of weeks, Arraez hit above .400.LACHLAN CUNNINGHAMAFP

runs batted in

The Texas Rangers They have been flying above the radar. The Texan team was not expected to be fighting from the top for several weeks and a large part of this achievement is thanks to the Cuban Adolis Garcia who has 49 RBI. In the second position is Rafael Devers of the Boston Red Sox.

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runs scored

Venezuelan outfielder for the Atlanta Braves, Ronald Acuna He is one of the most dangerous men in the game. Acuña is on the way to achieving a historic season leading various departments such as runs scored where he has achieved 44 for his ninth. He is second in hits with 62 behind Bo Bichette with 64. After missing nearly two seasons with a horrific injury, Acuña also ranks second in stolen bases with 18 and has hit 11 home runs.

Acuña was out for almost two seasons due to injury
Acuña was out for almost two seasons due to injuryvaleria veina


the dominican Juan Soto is one of the biggest faces in the Major Leagues today and although the San Diego Padres have not lived up to what is expected of this organization built to reach the World Series, Soto has tried to share his experience. Soto is a fearsome hitter for most pitchers to the point that he has received 41 walks.

stolen bases

Although we already talked about Ronald Acuna Jr. is building a historic season with the Braves, there is no player right now who can boast that he has stolen more pads than the Dominican esteury ruiz with 24, one less than his total from last season. Acuña has been the only good thing that the Oakland Athletics this year and could be the first Oakland player to finish as stolen bases champion since Rickey Henderson in 1998.

Ruiz has taken advantage of new MLB rules to lead in stolen bases.
Ruiz has taken advantage of new MLB rules to lead in stolen bases.BOB LEVEYAFP


Home Runs

The American Pete Alonso has been an important piece of the takeoff that the Mets had during the past week, but during the season the White Bear he’s been a constant headache for opposing pitchers thanks to his batting power. Alonso leads the home run department with 17, but behind him comes Adolis Garcia with 14 and Rafael Devers with 13.

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