MLB picks the greatest Cuban baseball player of all time – SwingCompleto

By Gian Franco Gil

Of the top five countries listed on the Major Leagues page, ranked by number of participants in the Big Top, the Greater Antilles ranks fourth with a total of 383 players.

Like other reps, to name Palmeiro, the digital portal relied on bWAR, a statistic that measures a player’s value in all aspects of the game by understanding how many more hits he gets than an alternate position player. Same situation.

Rafael Palmeiro was born on September 24, 1964 in Havana and made his major league debut in 1987 at the age of 22. From that moment he went through the Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers and Baltimore Orioles, with the former he spent 10 seasons split between two positions, while with Baltimore he played six seasons.

During his career, the Hall of Famer visited the batter’s box 10,472 times and totaled 3,020 hits, including 585 doubles, 38 triples and 569 home runs. In addition, he fanned 1,835 teammates and scored in 1,663 chances. Meanwhile, his offensive line is .266/.339/.447 (AVE/OBP/SLG).

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