The top play begins with the story of Altuve, a small giant from Houston who recorded a cycling hit 13 years after his debut.온라인카지노
Altuve opened fire with a double in the third inning.
He hit left-handed in the next at-bat.
He hits a big ball in the 6th inning.
As soon as he sees the ball deflect heavily, he runs without delay to make a come-from-behind two-run triple.
Altuve was cheered by teammates and spectators.
Now, there is only a home run left.
In the 8th inning, he pulls a high fastball and flies over the 11.3m tall Green Monster.
Following the record of 2,000 hits two weeks ago, this time he has his first cycling hit since his debut.
He’s the shortest new player in the big leagues, but his presence is huge.
Next up is US Open Tennis.
Müller meets championship candidate Djokovic.
He followed Djokovic’s lob to the end, passed the ball between his legs… and finished with a forehand to score.
He elicits applause from the crowd and is delighted as if he won the game.
The last one is Saudi professional soccer.
A ball that bounces off the defense is scored in the air.
He looks like he’s watching martial arts, right?
He has been a top play so far.