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Francisco Lindor reaches 100 major league steals

Francisco Lindor reaches 100 major league steals

Puerto Rican shortstop Francisco Lindor reached 100 stolen bases in the MLB and the first with the New York Mets uniform.

The day of Saturday measured the Arizona Diamonbacks and the New York Mets, where a historic event occurred for a Puerto Rican player.

In the bottom of the second inning with the score 2-0 in favor of the Mets, there were two outs and Francisco Lindor was running back at first base.

The Puerto Rican shortstop went on to conquer second base, where the Arizona catcher threw badly home, sparking a fierce run by Lindor from second to plate to make it 3-0.

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The historical thing for Paquito is that with his stolen base he reached the first with the uniform of the metropolitans and number 100 in the MLB.

The other 99 cheated bases were obtained by the Puerto Rican in the uniform of the Cleveland Indians, with whom he played until last season and arrived at the Mets via exchange with Venezuelan pitcher Carlos Carrasco.

Lindor definitely represents that player who is going to give the metropolitans the momentum and spark to win as many games as possible that will allow him to win the East Division of the National League.

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The Puerto Rican was on a 24-0 streak, but has resumed the rhythm on offense that is so necessary for his team. (GG) (Fielding)

Here video of Lindor’s 100 robbery:

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