Written by Gian Franco Gil
Of the top five nations mentioned on the Major Leagues page, ranked by number of participants in the Big Summit, the Greater Antilles are fourth, with a total of 383 players.
To name Palmero, like the rest of the cast, the digital portal relied on bWAR, a statistic that measures a player’s value in all aspects of the game, by deciphering how many wins a player of the alternate level is worth in their country. Same center.
Rafael Palmeiro was born in Havana on September 24, 1964 and made his league debut in 1987 at the age of 22. From that moment on, he passed through the Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers and Baltimore Orioles, where he spent 10 seasons, divided into two, while playing for Baltimore in six seasons.
During his career, the Hall of Famer visited the offensive box 10,472 times and hit a total of 3,020 hits, including 585 doubles, 38 triples, and 569 home runs. In addition, he has promoted 1,835 teammates and scored 1,663 chances. Meanwhile, his offensive line was .266/.339/.447 (AVE/OBP/SLG).
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