José Siri hit a bat flip after his first major league home run

September 14, 2021 by archyde

The dominican Joseph Siri connected his first home run and his second also in the Big leagues with the Houston Astros; It is the first time that he plays as a starter.

Before tonight’s game on Monday, September 13, 2021, the Astros announced that rookie Jose Siri was going to have his first game in the MLB being the owner, he certainly did not disappoint.

In his first inning he hit a one-run RBI single and then scored in the run, his second career hit. On his second shift of the night, he had no mercy on a gear change courtesy of Tex Alexy, who saw that ball go 105.7 miles and 413 feet away, on the third he missed, and on the fourth he hit to drive in two runs. , in the fifth he hit another HR and this was lonely like the first.

Immediately made contact Joseph Siri I knew that he saw through his eyes his first home run In the best baseball in the world, he dropped his bat with some dexterity to complete the “bat flip.” Siri in about 6 at-bats has 3 hits, 4 runs, 1 HR, 2 RBIs and 2 stolen bases.

Joseph Siri became the first player in MLB history with 5 RBI, 2 runs scored, 4 hits and 2 home runs in his first game as a starter in the majors.

He hit 5-4 with 5 RBIs, 2 runs scored and 2 home runs.

After being designated for assignment by the Seattle Mariners, Cincinnati Reds and San Francisco Giants, the Sabana de Grande de Boya native is living a dream with one of the best teams in the past five years in the MLB.

Siri is one of the best players in the Dominican League with a lot of experience in the Mexican League, it is not a secret that long ago he could have made good money in Japan, Taiwan or in the Mexican League.

However, he did not give up and reached the best level of baseball in the world, in about four games he has made a good impression and the future is huge for him.

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