Ten Latinos have won the Silver Bats in the Major League

The company Louisville Slugger has awarded, this Thursday, the best batsman of every position, in every Major Leagues circuit, delivering a total of 19 awards, including 11 at the hands of players of Latin origin with special mention for the Boston Red Sox violinist, J.D, Martinez, who will receive two statuettes.

The Red Sox designated hires and outfielder were awarded the best DH in the American League and one of the three best outfielder hits , although he only saw the action in 57 games as a patrol of the current World Series champions.

Venezuelans are among the winners José Altuve, who obtained his fifth consecutive Silver Bate as second base of the American League, Salvador Pérez, as a catcher of that circuit, as well as Germán Márquez, as a National League pitcher, who accompanied David Peralta on the old circuit.

The Dominican Republic celebrated José Ramírez, who won his second statue of Louisville Slugger, both consecutively. Isla del Encanto has won three prizes, although one has been shared with Cuba, after Nolan Arenado has defeated all his colleagues from the third base of the National League. Javier Báez and Francisco Lindor close the picture for Puerto Ricans.

For Cuba they triumphed José Abreu, in addition to Arenado y Martínez, born in Miami, but coming from a Western Indian family.

American League: José Abreu (1B), José Altuve (2B), José Ramírez (3B), Francisco Lindor (SS), Salvador Pérez (C), Mike Trout (OF), Mookie Betts (OF), J.D. Martínez (OF / DH).

National League: Paul Goldschmidt (1B), Javier Báez (2B), Nolan Arenado (3B), Trevor Story (SS), J.T. Realmuto (C), Christian Yellich (OF), David Peralta (OF), Nick Markakis (OF), Germán Márquez (1B).

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