boricua Edgar Martinez is back in Cooperstown, New York, the 2020 class he heads for exaltation Derek Jeter And that the Hall of Fame will be enjoyed and that people of color from the high have regained their attributes.
The Seattle Mariners designated hitter was drafted into Cooperstown in 2019 and is back for the first time in the spot that immortalized him, revered by baseball and who was inactive in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and no one involved. Why was it not? Hall of Fame by the American Baseball Writers Association.
He said that the rural town of Cooperstown had come to life as he anticipated the rise of a great man and had played his entire career in New York.
“When we arrived in Cooperstown yesterday, we passed through the city. Its streets are closed and fans were seen roaming the city. The atmosphere of Cooperstown was seen for this date. We don’t know how many are to come, But you could already see the atmosphere of the fans in the city,” Doradeno said.
Maha Aarti will be held on Wednesday at 1:30 pm. Apart from Jeter, outfielder Larry Walker, catcher Ted Simmons and executive Marvin Miller will also be included.
Martinez said Cooperstown will be enjoyed this time. He clarified that 2019 was a unique moment with many promotional or media activities that kept him busy. This time around, the Hall of Famer said it feels different to come to Cooperstown to be hot-headed versus hot-headed.
“Now there is not so much event to attend. Now there is so much more relaxation. You can enjoy the event more,” he said.
Jeter is a symbol of exaltation. He was selected in his first opportunity to reach Cooperstown, although it did not meet the consensus he had hoped for.
Martinez shared ground with Jeter in the postseason fight and the regular season, and said he thought Jeter stood for: the players, the Yankees, and the New Yorkers.
“Ever since the rookie’s path comes to mind and how he evolved, his illustrious career, the kind of player he has been, what that means to the organization and to New York City. It’s a tremendous career and one of the best in baseball.” is,” he said.