The Dominican showed that he is also one of the best players with the glove with a fantastic double kill against Milwaukee.
Nothing happens in Rafael Devers’ territories. The Dominican showed that he is a wall at the hot corner and excelled with a great double kill against the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday, April 23.
The Brewers were mounting a threat with a runner on when the shortstop appeared to snatch a hit from Puerto Rican Victor Caratini and hit a fantastic double play to clear the bases in the top of the sixth inning.
Carita dove to catch the Puerto Rican’s hit and started the great play by combining with Kiké Hernández in the middle and he finished the play with an accurate shot to the first base.
Devers’ magnificent play came at a crucial moment in the game, as the Boston Red Sox were tied at three runs against the home team. The Dominican gave backup to reliever Richard Bleier, who managed to retire the chapter in blank.
The Dominican’s defense kept the actions tied so that in the top of the eighth chapter the Red Sox went on a spectacular nine-run rally, with a pair of homers in the same episode by Masataka Yoshida.
Yoshida also contributed with his lumber by registering a run, a run scored and a hit-by-pitch in four opportunities at the plate. Alex Cora’s team won the third and final game of the series at the American Family Field by a score of 12 runs to five.
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