MLB: Historic! Mexican Isaac Paredes hit 3 homers in the victory of the Rays against the Yankees

In his first 3 at-bats, the Mexican shortstop for the Los Angeles Tampa Bay Rays, isaac wallshomered in a 4-5 victory over the New York Yankees on the night of this Tuesday in the Major League Baseball (MLB).

Originally from Hermosillo, Paredes, 23, hit his first home run in the first inning off the pitcher Nestor Cortes of the New Yorkers, who also received punishment from Harold Ramírez, who joined Paredes by blowing up the wall.

The second homer of the night for the Aztec player was in the third inning, by practically the entire center field, giving the Rays the advantage 2-3, while the first was by the left, both being solo.

Historic

Isaac Paredes hit his third stick from a full turn in the fifth inning with a man on base, producing 2 runs, thus giving the fourth and fifth runs for Tampa Bay, which meant the victory

According to ESPN Stats & Info, he is the first player in Rays history to hit 3 home runs in the first 5 innings of a game.

On the other hand, Paredes, who was acquired just last April from the Detroit Tigers, became the sixth Mexican player to hit 3 home runs in a game, joining Vinicio Castile who did it twice, Erubiel Durazo who did it twice, Adrián González also doing it twice, while Beto Ávila, Christian Villanueva and now Paredes, with an occasion.

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The Sonoran is positioned as the Mexican with the most home runs in the current season with a total of 8, in addition to 16 RBI, 3 doubles, 18 hits, with a batting percentage of .209.

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