Venezuelan Pablo Sandoval stands out in MLB as the active player with the most World Series rings

Pablo Sandoval shows off his 2012 World Series champion ring with the San Francisco Giants.

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The Venezuelan Pablo “el Panda” Sandoval stands out in recent MLB history after winning a new World Series ring with the Atlanta Braves and thus become the active player with the most Autumn Classics conquered with a total of four.

“The Panda” who played 69 games with the Braves during the first half of the season before being traded to the Cleveland Indians, will obtain his fourth World Series ring, which added to the three won with the San Francisco Giants in 2010, 2012 and 2014, you will become the active player with the most championships won.

In 73 at-bats with the Atlanta Braves, Sandoval posted a low average of .178 with 4 home runs, 3 of them as a pinch hitter. in the first month of the season, 11 RBIs and 11 walks traded.

Notably the Venezuelan infielder has been featured in only two of the four World Series he has won, 2014 being the most outstanding where he was MVP of the same and 2012 where he also had an important role as a starter of third base.

Nevertheless, in 2010 he was relegated to the bank because the Colombian Edgar Renteria, was listed as the owner and lord of the hot corner of the Giants.

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