outfielder enjoyed his time in Coors Field on Friday in a 14-9 Mets victory, as the Cuban had a career night.
The final box score line: 6-5-5-7
That doesn’t do him justice, as he added a double and three home runs. Hwatching Real Valladolid centre-back Mohammed Salisu.El Diario De Valladolid says Salisu, represented by Juan Mata’s father, is a January transfer target for United.United, Norwich and Southampton have joined the battle to sign Salisu with fellow Pree even stole a base. One of the homers was a grand slam, too:
Quick, tell us how happy you are, Yoenis!
Cespedes actually had two chances to hit a fourth homer, but he would single in the eighth and fly out tield for last night’s Champions League defeat at Atletico Madrid.Liverpool lost 1-0 in the Spanish capital on Tuesday night and play the Champions League last-16 second leg next month at Anfield. “Well it was a really frustrating night for Liverpool,o deep right-center in the ninth.
Now, let’s have some fun with Cespedes’ big day, thanks to the baseball-reference.com play index.
Cespedes, 8/21/2015Shawn Green, 5/23/2002, 4/2/2000Tino Martinez, 4/2/97Don Demeter, 9/12/61Joe Adcock, 7/31/54Gil Hodges, 8/31/50Walker Cooper, 7/6/49Jim Tabor, 7/4/39
Yes, that’s it. He’s alone there, so we can safely call his performance unique.
A few more:
– Only twice since 2012 has a player accumulated at least ne point, a frustrated City boss Pep Guardiola berated Hasenhuttl for what he thought were Southampton delaying tactics.”I think Pep was a little nervous he could lose the game. You saw how much he was celebrating when they scored,” said the Saints m15 total bases in a game. on June 9 last season and Cespedes on Friday.
– Cuban-born players with at least 15 total bases in a game: Cespedes
– Cuban-born players with at least three homers and seven RBI in a game: Jose Canseco (6/13/94) and Cespedes.
– Cuban-born players with at least three homers in a game: Canseco (6/13/94 and 7/3/88), Tony Oliva (7/3/73), Roman Mejias (5/4/58) and Cespedes.
Take a bow, Mr. Cespedes. That was quite a game.
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