Venezuelan José Altuve reaches record with the Houston Astros in the MLB

He Venezuelan baseball player José Altuve has returned to activity MLB and little by little he is resuming his level, this after being away from the diamond for more than two months after breaking his left thumb, which he suffered during the World Baseball Classic.

This afternoon he hit his second hit of the year (May 21) against the Oakland Athletics at Minute Maid Park, in the third and final game of the series; the tablazo represented his first towed of the campaign.

Altuve is resuming his level

Thanks to this, the Venezuelan equaled the mark of 1937 hits of the Puerto Rican José ‘Cheo’ Cruz in the third place of players with the most hits in the history of the Houston Astros.

‘Astroboy’ is ahead of the marks of Jeffrey Bagwell with 2,314 hits and Craig Biggio with 3,060 hits.

Currently the Houston Astros remain in second position in the American League West Division with mark 26-19; after winning 9 of their last 10 meetings.

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