He left no one behind: Mexican Isaac Paredes won the American Player of the Week

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The baseball of the Big leagues suffered the punishment of the Mexican wood Isaac Walls, who thanks to his offense was recognized as the American League Player of the Week; being the second player of the Tampa Bay Rays in taking this recognition in this campaign.

Paredes had eleven hits in 19 plate appearances, including some doubles and five homers. In addition, the versatile player comes from driving in a total of nine runs for an average with the wood .579.

The offense was so remarkable that the native of Hermosillo hit three homers in the same game, being the seventh in the entire history of the organization to hit a trio of homers against the same team.

Likewise, the Aztec also added one more step to his young career, which was to be the first batter in the entire history of The majors that connects a home run in the first five episodes of the same commitment.

Paredes, meanwhile, joined the Dominican Manuel Margot who had already been recognized with this same award in the current campaign to be the only players of the Tampa Bay Rays who receive this distinction.

Lastly, Freddie Freeman took home honors in the National League after managing the Los Angeles Dodgers once. Little by little, the starter is establishing himself as one of the best hitters of the season.

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