Perez has a luxury swing and hits two homers; Andrus joins Club 20-20

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Salvador Perez once again showed the quality of his “swing” with the bat and grabbed the spotlight with a pair of home runs, which left him as the most outstanding Latin American player on the day of the Major Leagues.

His compatriot Elvis Andrus hit four corners and joined the prestigious Club 20-20.

The Creole slugger threw the ball twice out of the park and the Kansas City Royals beat the Detroit Tigers 13-2.

Perez (24) twice punished the enemy serpentine by hitting four corners in the second inning against pitches by starter Matthew Boyd, with no runners ahead, with one out in the inning.

In the eighth inning, when facing the relay Zac Reininger returned to sound the bat with a runner in base and an out in the entrance.

Perez’s 23rd homer was the number 169 so far this season for the Royals, who thus established a franchise brand.

Andrus hit four corners and joined the prestigious 20-20 Club in the Texas Rangers’ 12-8 victory over the Atlanta Braves in the first game of a doubleheader.

With his twentieth homecoming of the season, Andrus joined the 20-20 Club where only Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros and Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels are in this season.

The Venezuelan slugger has 23 stolen bases and 20 home runs, more than double his previous mark of eight last season.

Andrus (20), who has hit four homers in the last three games, this time in the first episode against Brazilian starter Luiz Gohara, alone, with two outs in the episode.

By the Braves, the Venezuelan ranger Ender Inciarte (11) homered in the third, against Mexican starter Miguel Gonzalez, with no runners ahead, with no outs in the episode.

Venezuelan starter Carlos Carrasco worked full-time, and first-baseman Carlos Santana homered in the Cleveland Indians’ 5-1 win over the Chicago White Sox, the 14th consecutive best current winning streak in baseball. Big leagues.

Carrasco (14-6) allowed three undisputed home runs, and struck out nine opponents to win, batting 28 batters, one more than the minimum, with 97 shipments, 76 strike, and put at 3.53 his effectiveness.

Santana (23) drove in the eighth against relay Danny Farquhar, with a runner, no outs.

The Dominican starter Johnny Cueto worked five episodes and was credited with the victory of the San Francisco Giants 11-3 over the Colorado Rockies.

Cueto (7-7) allowed five hits, career, grounded, struck out seven, pitched 22 with 96 shots, 54 strike and left his 4.43 ERA effective.

Rookie starter Luis Castillo had another dominant start and the Cincinnati Reds’ 7-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers, who moved away from the National League wild card, was targeted.

Castillo (3-7) worked eight innings, allowed four hits, homers and runs, struck out 10 rival batters and won 28 with 111 shots, 76 strikeouts, and put his ERA at 3.12.

Second baseman Jose Peraza (5) threw the ball out of the park in the eighth inning against the reliever Corey Knebel, solitary bambinazo, with an out at the entrance.

His compatriot, third baseman Yangervis Solarte also homered for the San Diego Padres, who lost 1-3 against the St. Louis Cardinals.

Solarte (16) sent the ball over the fence in the fourth inning against opener Jack Flaherty, a solitary bambinazo with no outs on the board.

Venezuelan third baseman Asdrúbal Cabrera struck out perfect in the New York Mets’ 6-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies in a duel of losing teams.

Cabrera hit a perfect 3-for-3 with a tow and two runs that helped the New York team win the Old School, which is already eliminated from the final.

Venezuelan third baseman Eduardo Escobar hit three hits and drove in the Minnesota Twins’ 10-6 win over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Escobar went 5-3, drove three, sum 59 pushed in the season and twice came to the register.

Rangers Ehire Adrianza (2) homered in the second inning against Blake Snell, with two runners at the bases.

Colombian starter Julio Teheran pitched five innings and clinched the Atlanta Braves’ 5-4 victory over the Texas Rangers in the second game of a doubleheader.

Teheran (10-11) allowed five hits, one homer and three runs, to 25 hitters with 98 pitches, 53 strikeouts and 4.77 ERA.

Dominican closer Arodys Viscaíno (10) threw an episode and was credited with saving two hits.

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