Salvador Perez shot his home run 43 of the season and tied the record for Javy López as the receiver with the most home runs in a season of MLB.
“Salvy” is having an excellent season with the Kansas City Royals. Today night he took advantage of a launch that was left in the zone of power by his countryman Yusmeiro Petit to deposit it in the gardens of Kauffman Stadium.
In this way, Salvador Perez added his home run 43 of the harvest and tied at Javy López as the Latino catcher with the most home runs in a season of the Big leagues.
Pérez The 31-year-old continues to register important figures to fight for the Luis Aparicio award that is given to the most outstanding Venezuelan in a campaign of the MLB, since in addition to his flyby he became the leader of the department of RBIs in LasMayores with 109 charters.
Without a doubt, the one born in Bocaina, Venezuela is one of the best or perhaps the best receiver of today since he is one of the best with his defense as with the wood.
2021 Salvador Perez it is summarized in the following numbers:
- .275 of average
- 109 pushed
- 43 home runs
- 152 uncatchable
- 552 at-bats
It should be noted that these figures are until the night of this Tuesday at Big leagues.
SALVADOR PÉREZ! 😱
— MLB Venezuela (@MLBVenezuela) September 15, 2021