Juan Soto on his return to Washington: I feel excited to return

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John Soto continues to adjust to his new home, a new uniform, new teammates and demanding fans of San Diego Padres who see the outfielder as an important piece in the fight for the World Series. However, to achieve this, the Dominican will gather strength again when he returns to the US capital.

San Diego Padres visit this saturday nationals park starting this Friday in a series that promises to be special between all parties, since the Dominican outfielder debuted in The majors with Washington Nationalswon his first ring World Series and developed into one of today’s best hitters.

“There are going to be a lot of emotions. I’m excited to go back and see those guys again. I’ve done everything for that team. Whatever he was doing, he was thinking about that team and the fans. Yes (the fans value that, I will always be happy. If not, I can not do anything about it, ” commented Juan Soto.

Despite the fact that the Dominican rejected three multi-million dollar offers from the capital of USA, That does not mean that, in the nationals park give a warm welcome to what they considered their franchise player.

Likewise, Soto and company gave the opportunity to Washington to celebrate a baseball championship Big leagues and the gardener himself is grateful for all those moments he lived in his first years as a professional.

At the age of 23, Soto conquered with the uniform of the capital, a World Series As it was mentioned already. In addition to proclaiming himself batting champion, he conquered a couple of silver bats and attended two Star Games.

In this way, the fans of Washington Nationals You will have to get used to seeing the Dominican with another uniform that is not theirs. Something similar to what happened with BryceHarper, although the American has not been well received in each of his visits with Philadelphia Phillies.

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