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larry-jazz
At the age of 38,9 consecutive batting hits & the club's oldest 30 home run... Stars of the past streak.
As veteran players showing off their old skills decided to put it together, they broke the oldest records on the same day.Veterans of an era, such as Miguel Cabrera (Detroit) Joey Votto (Cincinnati), and Yadier Molina (St. Louis), showed off their old skills at the same time. The 11th was the day when veteran players broke various old records. First of all, Cabrera, who set an all-time record with 500 home runs this year, broke the record once again.On the 8th, he hit three hits, including getting on base from the second at-bat against Pittsburgh.On the 9th, against Pittsburgh, he had four hits in four at-bats. And in the match against Tampa Bay held at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on the 11th, he finished the record of hitting nine consecutive hits in the first two at-bats. According to ESPN Status & Info, Cabrera's nine consecutive hits at It's the longest hitting streak by any player over the age of 38 since 1961. And this record is also the longest for a Detroit team, regardless of age. Also, in the match between Cincinnati and St. Louis at the Bush Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, the representatives of both teams broke the club's own oldest record. First, Votto fired a solo shot over the left fence against John Lester in the early 4th inning. 30th home run of the season. According to reports.said,He became the oldest player in Cincinnati's history to hit 30 home runs. Also,votto hit a home run on his birthday that day. According to MLB.com, he became the oldest player to hit a home run on his birthday since Yankees Alex Rodriguez hit a home run at the age of 40 on July 27, 2015. Votto's record of 325 home runs also surpassed Frank Robinson to become the second-most home run in the Cincinnati team.
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larry-jazz
At the age of 38,9 consecutive batting hits & the club's oldest 30 home run... Stars of the past streak.
As veteran players showing off their old skills decided to put it together, they broke the oldest records on the same day.Veterans of an era, such as Miguel Cabrera (Detroit) Joey Votto (Cincinnati), and Yadier Molina (St. Louis), showed off their old skills at the same time. The 11th was the day when veteran players broke various old records. First of all, Cabrera, who set an all-time record with 500 home runs this year, broke the record once again.On the 8th, he hit three hits, including getting on base from the second at-bat against Pittsburgh.On the 9th, against Pittsburgh, he had four hits in four at-bats. And in the match against Tampa Bay held at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on the 11th, he finished the record of hitting nine consecutive hits in the first two at-bats. According to ESPN Status & Info, Cabrera's nine consecutive hits at It's the longest hitting streak by any player over the age of 38 since 1961. And this record is also the longest for a Detroit team, regardless of age. Also, in the match between Cincinnati and St. Louis at the Bush Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, the representatives of both teams broke the club's own oldest record. First, Votto fired a solo shot over the left fence against John Lester in the early 4th inning. 30th home run of the season. According to reports.said,He became the oldest player in Cincinnati's history to hit 30 home runs. Also,votto hit a home run on his birthday that day. According to MLB.com, he became the oldest player to hit a home run on his birthday since Yankees Alex Rodriguez hit a home run at the age of 40 on July 27, 2015. Votto's record of 325 home runs also surpassed Frank Robinson to become the second-most home run in the Cincinnati team.
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larry-jazz
At the age of 38,9 consecutive batting hits & the club's oldest 30 home run... Stars of the past streak.
As veteran players showing off their old skills decided to put it together, they broke the oldest records on the same day.Veterans of an era, such as Miguel Cabrera (Detroit) Joey Votto (Cincinnati), and Yadier Molina (St. Louis), showed off their old skills at the same time. The 11th was the day when veteran players broke various old records. First of all, Cabrera, who set an all-time record with 500 home runs this year, broke the record once again.On the 8th, he hit three hits, including getting on base from the second at-bat against Pittsburgh.On the 9th, against Pittsburgh, he had four hits in four at-bats. And in the match against Tampa Bay held at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on the 11th, he finished the record of hitting nine consecutive hits in the first two at-bats. According to ESPN Status & Info, Cabrera's nine consecutive hits at It's the longest hitting streak by any player over the age of 38 since 1961. And this record is also the longest for a Detroit team, regardless of age. Also, in the match between Cincinnati and St. Louis at the Bush Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, the representatives of both teams broke the club's own oldest record. First, Votto fired a solo shot over the left fence against John Lester in the early 4th inning. 30th home run of the season. According to reports.said,He became the oldest player in Cincinnati's history to hit 30 home runs. Also,votto hit a home run on his birthday that day. According to MLB.com, he became the oldest player to hit a home run on his birthday since Yankees Alex Rodriguez hit a home run at the age of 40 on July 27, 2015. Votto's record of 325 home runs also surpassed Frank Robinson to become the second-most home run in the Cincinnati team.
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