How did Pablo Sandoval hit a 6-run home run in Baseball United?

Dubai’s new league, Baseball United, has attracted the attention of many baseball fans, but not precisely because of its competitiveness, but because of the range of former Major League figures who have been able to extend their careers in the discipline thanks to it.

One of those former stars is Pablo Sandoval, who went down in history this weekend with a 6-run home run. Yes, as you read it, a home run that drove in 6 runs for his team, the East All-Stars.

Kung Fu Panfa, winner of three world series and two invitations to the MLB All-Star Game, took advantage of the so-called “Moneyball” inning to turn a three-run homer into a six-run homer because each run scored in that inning has double validity.

With the game tied 2-2, the Venezuelan hit his home run in the fifth inning, becoming a trend even among major league fans in the United States.

Sandoval said goodbye to the MLB with an offensive line of .278/.330/.443, 153 home runs and 639 RBIs in 14 years, in which he wore the jerseys of the San Francisco Giants, Boston Red Sox and Braves. Atlanta.

The Panda is just one of the players who have traveled to Dubai, joining Didi Gregorious, Robinson Canó, Andrelton Simmons, Alejandro De Aza, Bartolo Colón, among others.

 
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