Venezuelan pitcher Martín Pérez debuted in Big leagues in 2012 with the Texas Rangersjust one year after what was, until today, the last participation of this novena in the World Series.
I was in the minor leagues, and I felt like I was there,” said Pérez, who despite spending two intermediate years with the Red Sox and one more with the Twins, is the current player with the most seasons played (nine) with the Texan ninth. .
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I knew practically the entire team, I had been with them in Spring Training, some had gone to minors during the year, and I vibrated very intensely with that World Series. “I am very happy because now, finally, it is my turn.”
Pérez already has experience in the postseason. In 2015, the last time Rangers advanced to playoffs. He had one start, and two years ago he was with the Red Sox. This year he has taken the mound twice, both times to finish the game.
Pérez will experience a personal revengebecause in 2001 he was a Yankees fan when they lost the World Series with the D-backs.
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