Ronald Acuña Jr. accelerates the speed in his recovery in the face of the new harvest

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The return of Ronald Acuña Jr. is closer and closer and the player himself knows it. That is why, he has pressed the accelerator to return in optimal conditions for what will be a new season with the Atlanta Braves in Major League Baseball.

In the latest information, Acuña Jr. was seen training this Wednesday at the facilities of the Antonio Herrera Gutiérrez from the City of Barquisimeto, Lara State. This is the first time that the Creole bigleaguer has set foot on the pitch since he tore the ligaments in his knee in a game with the Atlanta Braves.

Acuña Jr. did batting practice and some activities to strengthen his knee for what will be the final stretch of his rehabilitation. Of course, there is still a long time ahead and the organization that makes life in Atlanta Georgia He will want his top star to be well in a definitive way and thus be able to count on him all season.

In this way, after seeing the born in La Guaira step on a field, he makes it clear how well he is physically and that he wants to attend spring training with 100% of his conditions to defend the central meadow of the team and be a key player in defending the Major League Baseball championship.

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