On the night of this Monday, September 18th, they are at the door Houston Astros j Orioles Baltimore in the first game of a three-in-a-row series Minute Maid Park.
The locals are trying to consolidate themselves as leaders of the American League West Division. The Orioles need something similar, even though they have already qualified for the postseason by at least one margin Wildcard.
Jose Abreu He started the game fourth in the order and at first base. He doubled in the third inning Jordan Alvarez in the initial. Although the runner failed to score, Abreu tallied 20 doubles on the season. In nine of his 10 years, he has made two dozen two-point shots Big leagues. He didn’t just do that in the shortened 2020 season, when 60 games were played and he had 15 doubles.
Then in the seventh inning he walked into the box, the game tied, one out and the bases cleared against the reliever Danny Coulombe. The Cuban hit a left-handed changeup and hit a long drive to the middle of the field.
The ball went over the midfield fence and hit the wall behind it, which the “H” alluded to Houston. The ball left the forest at a speed of 107.5 miles per hour and traveled up to 425 feet.
So he introduced Astros on the board six by five.
Jose Abreu it has now 16 home runs on the season and 82 RBIs. Over the course of his life he accumulates 259 and 945 respectively.
In terms of the number of trailers, these 945 rank sixth in the historical list Cuban-born players. He was just two away from matching the 947 collected by the Hall of Famer Tony Olive.
Keep going Jose Abreu Numbers go down in history, in this case at a very important time for his team.
Let’s look at the hit.
Home run by Jose Abreu in the game between the Houston Astros and Baltimore Orioles