MLB rookie with deep ties to New England named World Series MVP

A professional baseball player with deep ties to New England made World Championship history, Houston Astros shortstop Jeremy Peña was named the Most Valuable Player at this year’s Fall Classic after hitting 0.400 (10 for 25) with a home run and three runs. Hit. He had a high streak of 10-hit and 15 total base, helping the Astros defeat the Philadelphia Phillies in six games for Houston’s second MLB Championship in the past six years. To win the fifth game. He went 2 for 4 with a run he scored in a Match 6 win on Saturday. The 25-year-old was born in the Dominican Republic, but he and his family moved to Providence, Rhode Island, when he was 9. He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 39th round of the 2015 MLB Draft from Providence High School Classics, but went on to play college baseball at the University of Maine. Major League Baseball and Cape Cod baseball during the summer after first and second freshman seasons, respectively. Later drafted by the Astros in the third round of the 2018 draft, Pena is the first rookie to be named World Series MVP and third overall, joining bowlers Larry Sherry (1959) and Livan Hernandez (1997). He also named the MLS Series MVP after winning 353 (6 to 17) with two pullers and two doubles in Houston’s sweep of the New York Yankees. He became only the ninth player, and only the second junior, who was awarded the MVP in the League Series and the World Series in the same post-season, in addition, Peña was awarded the MLS Golden Glove in a short period, becoming the first shortstop rookie player in MLB history to win the Golden Glove. According to OptaSTATS, Pena is the first hitter to win a Gold Glove, ALCS MVP and World Series MVP in his career and he has done so all in his rookie season. Homers, 63 RBI and 11 base steals in the regular season, making him a prime candidate for the MLS Player of the Year award. His second World Championship title after being handed out to the Astros before this year’s MLB trade deadline. The Red Sox drafted Vazquez in 2008, making him the longest-serving organization player to enter the 2022 season. The Puerto Rican native helped Boston win a championship in 2018, and the Vazquez also made history at the World Series, winning the Houston 4 in Philadelphia. This was the second time he did not hit a bat in World Championship history, after Don Larsen’s perfect game in 1956.

A professional baseball player with deep ties to New England made World Championship history.

Houston Astros shortstop Jeremy Peña was named Fall Classic Player of the Year after hitting .400 (10 vs. 25) with a home run and three runs. He has hit a 10-stroke streak and 15 total bases, helping the Astros defeat the Philadelphia Phillies in six games for Houston’s second MLB Championship in the past six years.

Homer Peña was a green-light shot that lifted the Astros to victory in Game Five. He went 2 vs 4 with a half scored in a match 6 win on Saturday.

The 25-year-old was born in the Dominican Republic, but he and his family moved to Providence, Rhode Island, when he was 9 years old. He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 39th round of the 2015 MLB Draft from Providence High School Classics, but went on to play college baseball at the University of Maine.

While at UMaine, Peña also played for the New England Collegiate Baseball League and Cape Cod Baseball League during the summer after her freshman and freshman seasons, respectively. He was later drafted by the Astros in the third round of the 2018 draft.

Peña is the first rookie to win a World Series MVP and third overall, joining bowlers Larry Sherry (1959) and Livan Hernandez (1997).

Peña also earned the MLS Series MVP title with a 353 (6 to 17) win with two drawers and two doubles in Houston’s sweep of the New York Yankees. He became only the ninth player, and the second only a novice, who was awarded the title of Best Player in the League Series and the World Championship in the same post-season.

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In addition, Peña was named the MLS Golden Glove winner in a short time, becoming the first junior rookie in MLB history to win a Golden Glove.

According to OptaSTATS, Peña is the first hitter to win a Gold Glove, ALCS MVP, and World Series MVP in his career and he did all of that in the junior season.

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Peña hit 0.253 with 22 Homers, 63 RBIs, and 11 stolen bases in the regular season, making him a leading candidate for the MLS Rookie of the Year award.

Boston Red Sox player Christian Vazquez, who has played in eight major seasons with the organization, won his second World Series title after being dealt to the Astros before this year’s MLB trade deadline.

The Red Sox drafted Vazquez in 2008, making him the organization’s longest-serving player entering the 2022 season. The Puerto Rican native helped Boston win the championship in 2018.

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Vazquez also made history at the World Championships, taking a combined win at Houston 4 in Philadelphia. This was the second time he did not hit a bat in World Championship history, after Don Larsen’s perfect game in 1956.

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