Cuban Yordan Álvarez beats Shohei Ohtani in voting for the All-Star Game

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The Cuban guy Yordan Alvarez has made it clear that it is one of the most important pieces of the Houston Astros in this 2022 season and his offense has been so notorious that he is outvoting the current Player American League MVP Shohei Ohtani.

Alvarez so far it has received 1,374,876 votes with four days left to end the voting part. Likewise, the Cuban has also made it clear that being a starter in the All-Star Game will not be his only recognition.

Shohei Ohtani, For his part, he follows closely with 965,932 in the votes, although the Asian will be yes or yes in California since he also has the support of being a pitcher and a batter at the same time; something unique for this sport.

Likewise, Alvarez is on his way to his first Stars game In his young baseball career in the Big leagues. Something unique for him and for the Houston Astros team that is creating a true star in the show.

It is important to highlight that Shohei Ohtani, last edition he was the starting pitcher and also, he was designated hitter; this being a unique and unprecedented moment in this baseball contest of the Big leagues.

Finally, both are also considered candidates to win the award for Most Valuable Player of the American League. Although the Cuban is the one with the most opportunity to snatch the award from Aaron Judge.

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