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Los Angeles Angels reliever Carlos Estevez was the first draft pick to see the action of classic Major League Baseball.
with a novelty That none of the Dominican players selected to the All-Star Game was a starter On major league party teams, Dominican fans were wary of who would be the first to enter the field of play.
Overall, it was a secretive day on offense for the quisqueyanos who got only one hit in the league, but pitchers nonetheless defined the game on both sides of the coin.
Carlos Estevez He entered the game for the first time in the top of the fifth inning, retiring all opposing opponents, striking out two of their own and missing compatriot Juan Soto with a harmless ground ball.
Soto was precisely one of the Dominicans’ big hits that day and the one who saw the most action, finishing 3-1 all time on right field.
The shortstop Gerald Perdomo He walked and missed his other at-bat, while San Francisco Giants reliever Camilo Duvall hit the win with one hit and one hit.
In the American League, Wanderer Franco failed his only at-bat, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. went 0-for-2 with a defensive error on the first baseman’s play, and Mariners homegrown star Julio Rodriguez finished 0-for-1 with a punch and a trade ticket.
Another Dominican who played in the American League was ‘Mr. Labarra, Jose Ramirez, who finished 2-1 with a double and a penalty.
Among the young ring’s Dominican relievers who bore the brunt was Baltimore Orioles closer Felix Bautista, who took the loss, allowing a home run to Elías Diaz, and finished with 0.2 innings on one hit, two earned runs. punch.
Other players such as Framber Valdez and Emmanuel Clase did not see action during the All-Star Game due to different workloads and personal reasons.
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