The 2021 MLB Playoffs just started and these are the Latinos in the big leagues you should pay attention to.
Latino players are making a greater effort to raise their pitching and offense production to a higher level. Photos: IG-urshela10, IG-jorgealfaro11, IG-miggy24
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As of October all teams in the Major League Baseball Playoffs are active and looking to reach the best places. Latino players are making a greater effort to raise their pitching and offense production to a higher level. That is why the Latinamerican Post invites you to follow the records of these Latin Americans, who will undoubtedly be the kings of the MLB Playoffs.
Giovanny Urshela, Colombia
The 29-year-old Colombian is the one who has stood out the most in the Major Leagues with the New York Yankees team and is trying to reach the World Series trophy. The player with 78 games, 30 runs, 14 doubles, 1 triple, 81 hits and 11 home runs has an excellent record for being among the champions. Usually, the batting average is 275 at third base.
On the other hand, this Monday the manager of the Yankees, Aaron Boone confirmed that on Tuesday Giovanny Urshela will join the Wild Cards game of the American League against Boston. The baseball player will hit seventh and will stand out at third base in the confrontation, a position he dominated during the season.
Giovanny Urshela cartagenero Icono de los Yanquis de New York; ídolo del beisbol caribeño. 2021 le doblan su salario mes por envidiables logros 2020. Hoy su average .273 con 35 jonrones y 143 carreras remolcadas. Jugador sumamente subestimado; con retiro de astilla de un codo. pic.twitter.com/iLQmUKVZIk— Colombia Sports (@roadrunnerCOL) September 24, 2021
Dónovan Solano, Colombia
Dónovan is another Latino who leads the Major Leagues and his position is second base with the San Francisco Giants team. The player was the first to qualify and secure his stay in the 2021 MLB Playoffs. Thanks to him, the San Francisco Giants team has the best record in the World Series.
The 34-year-old professional baseball player has statistics of 60 games, 202 at-bats, 23 runs, 53 hits, 11 doubles, 3 home runs, 21 RBIs, 16 walks and 42 strikeouts. In addition, the famous Barranquilla player hits the offensive 262.
Jorge Alfaro, Colombia
The baseball expert with his catcher position and great experience in the fifth season stands out as one of the best. At 28 he already has a sports brackground in 46 games, with 10 runs, 32 hits, 4 doubles and 3 home runs. In addition, his average in the Miami Marlins team is 216 and he has already accumulated 3 seasons.
On the other hand, some media have the expectation that the 3 Colombians will be the starters in their teams. Although, there is also the possibility that other baseball players, such as Reiver San Martín, Ronaldo Hernández and Evan Mendoza will debut this season.
Colombianos con mas home runs en una temporada de @MLBenesp:— Alex Datos (@AlexDatos2) September 29, 2021
 Jorge Alfaro (Marlins 2019)
 Orlando Cabrera (Montreal 2003)
 Edgar Rentería (Cardenales 2000)
 GIO URSHELA (Yankees 2021)⬆️, Edgar Rentería (Bravos 2006) y Orlando Cabrera (Montreal 2001) pic.twitter.com/y5nWU2us7P
Julio Urías, Mexico
This player will have the valuable opportunity to participate in the post-season of the MLB 2021 Major League Playoffs. The famous 25-year-old Mexican will be present in the Los Angeles Dodgers team and will compete against the National Wild Cards.
Miguel Cabrera, Venezuela
This legendary player has also not stopped with the aim of achieving a major achievement in his career. Basically, he's very close to breaking a new record of 3,000 hits in the MLB. The 38-year-old Venezuelan became the first from his country and the seventh Latino to reach his first 500 home run title. The 3,000 hits is a historical figure in which he is getting closer and closer to fame.
Miguel Cabrera, líder de los éxitos de los Tigres en 2021 (Videos) https://t.co/IkBbuaO2LV— Meridiano (@MeridianoTV) October 4, 2021
Ultimately, these Latino players are ready to continue hitting their hits and happily conclude the post-season of the MLB 2021 Major League Playoffs.