Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated this Thursday Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States and recognized several Latino employees, including the Mexican pitcher Fernando Valenzuelawhich have impacted the history of the Los Angeles team since its creation in 1883.
Valenzuela was one of the most applauded in the Dodger Stadium This Thursday, the event took place prior to the start of the match between The Angels Y Arizona Diamondbacks. The fans continue to fondly remember the Mexican pitcher, who with his performances and achievements established a historic ninth Angelina.
The ‘Bull’ Valenzuela won two World Series with the Dodgers (1981 and 1988), the National League Rookie of the Year in 1981; In addition, he was a six-time NL All-Star, won the NL Cy Young Award in 1981 and won the NL Gold Glove in 1986, just to mention a few of his achievements.
The sonorense played for 17 seasons in Major League Baseball and posted a major league record of 173-153, 3.54 ERA and 2,074 strikeouts.
(With information from AS Mexico)