Ellie De La Cruz's homer sets MLB record (+VIDEO)


Ellie Dela Cruz Baseball made history The big leagues.

They face each other on Tuesday night, April 23 Cincinnati Reds And Philadelphia Phillies on the field Great American Ballpark. The locals came away with a 12-10 record. Meanwhile the Phillies They make it 15-8.

Dominican Ellie Dela Cruz He was a starter in the sixth shift of the lineup and he played shortstop.

Ellie De La Cruz makes MLB history with a home run

From the cross He was one of five players for tonight's game Majors 2024 with five homeruns and five stolen bases. Others Cedric Mullins, Shohei Ohtani, Mookie Bets And Mike Trout.

He is second in history with 11 steals and six home runs in the first 22 games of a season. Only a Hall of Famer Lou Brock He did something similar in 1967 St. Louis Cardinals.

Tonight he went further. He completed his turnaround in the fifth inning with a runner on first, no outs and his team up by five. He had to face Unior Marte. He swung at 95.6 miles per hour, the fastest of his compatriot, in three balls and two strikes.

He hit a big hit to left center. The ball left the wood at 109.9 MPH and landed 394 feet over the fence. Homerun. Thus, the advantage Cincinnati Reds Seven times to one.

It was the seventh home run Ellie Dela Cruz In 2024. He reached 20 for the rest of his life. He hit 17 and 61 in his entire career, according to RBI.

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Is he First player in history of The big leagues With seven homeruns and 12 stolen bases in the first 23 games of a season. That number is a Register for MLB. Great.

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