This is how it was for William Contreras in his debut with the Cardinals

The big league William Contreras debuted with the Cardinals from Lara in the Venezuelan Baseball League (LVBP) and so it was in his first game of the season 2021-2022.

For the first time in his career, William Contreras saw action in the LVBP and did so this Thursday, November 25 against the Tigres de Aragua, having a very productive first appearance with the Lara Cardinals in the 2021-2022 season, this player being without He is certainly a great addition to this team and the league in general, as he has just come off champion in the Major League Baseball World Series with the Atlanta Braves.

Contreras was lined up by the manager of the Cardinals, Carlos Mendoza as sixth bat and designated hitter, being a day expected by the fans in Larense, since since he confirmed his participation in the LVBP they knew that it would be a great inclusion for the team, due to your present in the United States.


William Contreras, who made his LVBP debut against the Tigers, a team that changed him to the Cardinals, debuted by going 5-2, with a pair of singles, three RBIs and three strikeouts, making his debut in a great way on the rented ball, despite the fact that the twilight ones lost the engagement 10-7 in Barquisimeto.

  • On his first shift, Contreras struck out swinging
  • In the second, he also struck out fanning
  • In the third, he hit a hit for the CF and drove in two runs to put the game 6-4 in the favor of the Tigers.
  • In the fourth, Contreras singled to the LF and drove in a run to tie the game 6-6.
  • In the fifth, the debutant received a stopped strikeout

Primer hit

second hit

After this debut, the youngest of the Contreras brothers left a rising average in the LVBP of .400.

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