The Eastern Stars are currently experiencing their best moment in the semifinal of the Dominican winter baseball championship, in which they have won their last four games and have taken second place in this stage, which grants a ticket to the final.
The best moment of the green team has been marked by the bat of the stellar MLB player Robinson Canó, who has shown the potential of his bat and has responded in key moments, to produce in favor of his team.
In the current stage of the Dominican championship, Canó is the leader in towed carts, with a total of 11, but if anyone had doubts that the left-handed hitter has been the main factor for the time that the Orientals live, these are cleared when analyzing that seven of those runs produced, he’s driven in in his past four games.
In this four-win stretch, Canó has recorded three games of two RBIs and has produced a return in each of them.
Canó, who accumulates the fourth highest total of hits in the semifinal (14), has charted six hits in these four wins for the team of his native San Pedro de Macorís (east), reaching a batting average of .352 (17- 6), achieving four doubles among his boards, as extra-base hits.
Canó, who has also scored twice in these four games, has walked and struck out only once in 17 official at-bats, showing how often he has been making contact with the ball, which he has helped rack up six transfers and just four strikeouts in the 52 times he stopped to exhaust an at-bat in the semifinal.
Robinson, who is hitting .385 (13-5) with runners in scoring position during the semifinal, in which he has also had nine rounds at the plate after two outs, has shown his quality and status as a Major League Baseball player. , carrying the team led by Fernando Tatis, when it deserves it.
The second baseman has not only been timely with the wood, but he has hit the ball with force, leading the stage that precedes the final in extra-base hits, with seven, divided into six doubles and a home run, which constitute 50% of the total hits he has hit during this phase of the tournament.
With a .269 batting average in 13 games, in which he has hit the hits at the key moment, Canó’s value in the All-Star lineup is incalculable and to continue counting on him is fundamental to the aspirations of winning the championship. of Dominican winter baseball.