The Latin American battery was explosive in the day of the Major Leagues, after the recipients Venezuelan Salvador Perez beat grand slam and Cuban Yasmani Grandal and Puerto Rican receiver Martín Maldonado punished with two homecoming each.
While Dominican hitter Miguel Sanó hit his second in a row and Cuban outfielder Yasiel Puig returned to the center of the controversy with his unsportsmanlike behavior on the field.
Perez hit grand slam in the Kansas City Royals’ 6-4 win over the Cincinnati Reds.
Perez (15) blew the chip in the eighth when he had the home full against relay Robby Scott, with no outs in the episode.
The Venezuelan hit perfect 3 of 3, drove in four, reached 42 so far this season and put his .292 average with the pick.
The victory was pointed out the Mexican relay Joakim Soria (3-2) in an episode, striking an enemy.
The closer Kelvin Herrera (17) saved in an inning, allowed unstoppable and struck out a batter.
Grandal hit a pair of home runs and his compatriot Puig added one in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 8-2 victory over the New York Mets.
Grandal (9) hit sixth, solo, against opener pitcher Tyler Pill, with no outs in the inning.
In the eighth episode, she disappeared again by hitting the shots of the relay Neil Ramirez, alone, with two outs.
Puig (13) also pitched him in the fourth, with two runners, against Pill, with an out, then looked with disdain as he began the tour of the Mets, and caused the players of the Mets, including compatriot Yoenis Céspedes and The Dominican Jose Reyes advised that this was not the way to behave.
Puerto Rican receiver Maldonado hit two home runs for the Los Angeles Angels, who lost 4-8 against the New York Yankees.
Maldonado (7) hit a pair of homers in the fourth inning, with a runner, against starter Jordan Montgomery.
The Puerto Rican repeated the punishment in the ninth, also with a man in base, to hunt the shipments of the relief Tyler Clippard, and finished beating 3 of 4, with four towed and two annotated.
His compatriot, Puerto Rican starter Jose Berríos pitched eight innings and Sanó hit his second homer in two days in the Minnesota Twins’ 4-2 win over the Chicago White Sox.
Berríos (7-1) allowed four hits, two runs, gave a base and fanned out eight batters on the way to victory.
The boricua faced 28 batters with 97 shipments, 66 perfect and left in 2.67 its effectiveness.
Sanó (18) hit home run one night after blowing the fence against the White Sox, this time in the third against opener David Holmberg, alone, without outs.
Venezuelan starter Carlos Carrasco struck out 10 and California parachute Francisco Lindor hit the Cleveland Indians 5-1 over the Baltimore Orioles.
Carrasco (8-3), who made his third straight start, pitched six innings, allowed seven hits, struck out 10, scoring the eleventh time in his career that hit double strikeouts.
He made 95 pitches, 64 perfect, against 24 enemies, and left in 2.99 his effectiveness.
Lindor (14) hit the fifth inning, with a runner against opener Kevin Gausman pitching with an out.
His compatriot, running back Carlos Correa homered and the Houston Astros beat the Athletes 5-1 in what was the team’s third consecutive win, which has the best record of the majors.
Correa (14) added his second homer in four days, hitting the ninth, alone, with two outs, against closer Josh Smith.
Nicaraguan starter Erasmo Ramirez worked five and a third and earned the Tampa Bay Rays’ 8-3 win over the Cincinnati Reds.
Ramirez (4-2) took two hits, home run and two runs, gave three passports and retired six batters rivals via the punch.
The Nicaraguan faced 21 enemies with 88 pitches, 56 strike, and put his effectiveness at 5.01.
Dominican ranger Domingo Santana hit a two-run homer and sealed the Milwaukee Brewers’ 4-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Santana (12) made contact with the ball in the seventh against Daniel Hudson, and sent it through the right field with one runner and two outs in the count.
Shortstop Parador Erick Aybar also threw the ball out of the park in the sixth and the San Diego Padres stopped three-game losing streak by beating the Chicago Cubs, the current World Series champions 3-2.
Aybar (5) sent her to the street in the sixth against reliever Brian Duensing, solo game when the pitcher had drawn an out.