In the bottom of the eighth inning, “Willy” figured out a slow, low pitch from Marlins reliever Dylan Floro to get the ball out to left field.
In accordance with Baseball Savantthe Venezuelan’s connection, with a running runner, posted an exit speed of 104.2 miles per hour and traveled 396 feet.
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On this day, the Venezuelan catcher went 4-1, with runs scored and two RBIs to reach 41 in the campaign.
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Thanks to Willson Contreras, who became the “money player” of the match, the Cubs ended up winning (2-1) this challenge against the Marlins.
Now, the Cubs, who flirted with trading Carabobeño, have a 42-63 record.