Robinson Canó shone on the day of the big leagues by striking the double that allows him to tie the historic record of Puerto Rican Roberto Alomar and was the most important Latin American.
Pablo Sandoval of Venezuela contributed the first homer for his new team, of the Giants of San Francisco, but the fifth so far of the new season.
Cano struck out two pads in the Seattle Mariners’ 2-0 loss to the Los Angeles Angels in a team bout fighting for second place in the AL West.
The Dominican went 4-3, including a double, his number 504 as a professional and 25 so far this season, the team leader in that facet of the game.
With his unstoppable draw at 59th place in the Major League roster to Puerto Rican Hall of Fame member Alomar.
With the same brilliance, Sandoval sent the ball to the street for the first time for his new team the San Francisco Giants, who lost 2-6 against the Washington Nationals in the second game of a double day.
Sandoval (1) hit his first homer for the Giants and fifth so far this season, four of them hitting for the Boston Red Sox team.
The Venezuelan, who had his fifth inning for the Giants since returning to that novena last Aug. 5, went 4-1 and left .240 with his pick.
The Venezuelan threw it against the shipments of starter Max Scherzer, with no runners ahead, with an out at the entrance.
It was his first homer for the Giants since 2014, when he hit 16, before playing two and a half championships for the Red Sox.
Dominican starter Miguel Sanó threw the ball out of the park and the Minnesota Twins beat the Detroit Tigers 6-4.
He healed (26) in the third inning, with a man on base, against opener Matthew Boyd and an “out” on the board.
Edwin Encarnacion named him in the Cleveland Indians 4-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Incarnation (24) struck in the sixth inning to hunt the shipments of starter Austin Pruitt, with no teammates on the road.
Puerto Rican Carlos Beltrán picked up the Houston Astros’ 2-1 win over the Texas Rangers.
In the seventh, Beltrán, who went 3-1, singled left field, and drove the Astros race, which broke a five-game losing streak.
Second-seeded Jose Altuve (18) homered in the fourth inning, solo homer, against opener Andrew Cashner.
For the Rangers, veteran designated hitter Adrián Beltré (12) hit back in the sixth inning, also without runners in circulation and “out” in the pitcher’s account.
Beltré is close to scoring in home runs, having 457 for life, keeping him on the 38th place in the all-time list, two to tie Miguel Cabrera (459), number 37 on the historic roster.
Dominican outfielder Domingo Santana hit the Milwaukee Brewers 7-4 over the Cincinnati Reds.
Santana (19) threw her in the fifth, with two runners, against starter Sal Romano, with two outs.
Puerto Rican left-back Javier Báez (17) homered in the eighth inning with two runners in jerseys against reliever Jake Barret and the Chicago Cubs beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-2.
Cuban receiver Yasmani Grandal also dropped the ball out of the park in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 6-4 win over the San Diego Padres.
Grandal (15) hit the fourth on penalties for the starting pitcher Luis Perdomo, with a runner on base.
Jorge Bonifacio homered in the Kansas City Royals 14-6 over the Chicago White Sox.
Bonifacio (15) hit the bat in the third against opener Derek Holland, with no runners ahead.
The closer Arodys Vizcaíno saved in the victory of the Braves of Atlanta by 6-3 on the Cardinals of San Luis.
Vizcaino (6) threw an episode, struck out a rival batter and credited the ransom. Efe