The Venezuelan of the Kansas City Royals, Salvador Pérez, homered for the fifth day in a row and reached 38 in the 2021 Major League – MLB season.
Salvador Pérez hit his 38th home run of 2021 and beat Carlton Fisk’s record for the catcher with the most homers in the American League in a major league baseball season.
Through the Royals vs. Seattle Mariners game, Pérez made himself felt again in the season and for the fifth day in a row he hit a home run to reach 12 this August and enter the history of receivers in MLB baseball. .
This new home run by Salvador Pérez was against Marco Gonzáles, who left a badly placed sinker and he deposited it through right field, going 106.1 miles per hour and reached 369 feet, being his 190th career homer in the Major Leagues.
The Venezuelan Royals looks to reach 40 this Major League season and join Johnny Bench, Mike Piazza, Roy Campanella, Todd Hundley and Javy Lopez as the only receivers to hit that number of homers in an MLB season. .
“Salvy’s” numbers are 137 hits, 38 homers, 93 RBIs and 63 runs scored, for a .276 average. (Fielding)