Along with Cabrera and Beltre

New York Yankees returned from a thrilling match against Toronto Blue Jays This April 17 MLB. However, the team's achievement Aaron Boone Worthy of admiration, it was somewhat overshadowed by the personal achievement of one of its sluggers. Juan Soto He hit the rotation against the Canadiens, going 3 for 3 with a home run, double, two RBIs and a run scored. The Dominican was instrumental in winning the Bronx franchise in Ontario.

Historic Juan Soto in Los Mayors

Outfielder in seven years of Major League Baseball New York Yankees He already has a .286/.423/.949 batting average with 164 home runs, 152 doubles, 500 RBI and 539 runs scored. Let us remember that Juan Soto He is only 25 years and 175 days old.

This feat makes him the seventh player in the entire history MLB He was the fastest to score 500 runs. The Dominican now joins the list of select names, some of whom are members Cooperstown Hall of Fame And others along the way. Players in question:

  • Miguel Cabrera: 24 years 139 days.
  • Ken Griffey Jr: 24 years 198 days.
  • Albert Pujols: 24 years 254 days.
  • Alex Rodriguez: 24 years 291 days.
  • Andrew Jones: 25 years and 38 days.
  • Adrian Beltre: 25 years and 165 days.
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Besides, Juan Soto He became the fourth Dominican in Major League Baseball history to hit 150+ home runs, 150+ doubles, 500+ runs, 500+ RBIs and 750+ hits by the age of 26. Now he rests next to the stars Albert Pujols, Rafael Devers And Adrian Beltre.

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