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Shohei Ohtani equals historical record of Ronald Acuña Jr. and José Canseco

Shohei Ohtani equals historical record of Ronald Acuña Jr. and José Canseco

The Japanese Shohei Ohtani does not stop breaking records that confirm that this 2021 is having the best season of his career in Major League Baseball (MLB), where he leads the department of home runs and extra-base hits, but he does not stop on this path.
The Los Angeles Angels’ courage was key to their team’s victory over the San Diego Padres 10-2, which allowed them to reach a milestone for their country’s players in the Major Leagues, beating legends like Ichiro Suzuki, and also for your franchise.
This, because over the weekend, Ohtani became the first player from Japan and his team, at the same time, to reach 40 or more homers plus 20 stolen bases, also becoming the fifth foreign player in MLB history. that achieves this milestone.

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Shohei Ohtani continues to make MLB history

With this milestone, the Japanese player joins the Cuban José Canseco, who achieved it three times (1988, 1991 and 1998), the Canadian Larry Walker (1997), the Dominican Alfonso Soriano (2006) and the Venezuelan Ronald Acuña Jr. (in 2019). (Bolavip)

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