Albert Pujols hit the 700th home run in the MLB during the game St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers and one of the players who reacted was Julio Urías. Video!
One of the greatest symbols of greatness that can occur in a Major League ball park is that the rivals applaud and recognize an achievement of a player from the other team. That happened to Albert Pujols in St.Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Y Julius Uriah reacted to the Dominican’s 700th home run in the MLB.
It was a night for history. In the game between the Cardinals and Dodgers on Friday, September 23, 2022, Pujols was two homers away from reaching 700 for his life. A feat that seemed almost impossible to accomplish in the same game, since the statistics of the official transmission of Apple gave Albert a 7% chance to give as much the 699th home run as the 700th.
After striking out in the first at-bat, Albert Pujols got revenge and homered off Andrew Heaney. The Los Angeles Dodgers put Phil Bickford on the mound, but it was not enough to control the baseball player born in Dominican Republic, since the home run 700 arrived in front of the attentive gaze of Julius Uriah.
Pujols became the fourth player in MLB history to record at least 700 home runs, and reactions ranged from San Francisco Giants players watching Albert’s home run to applause from Mookie Betts and an unexpected reaction from Dodgers manager Dave Roberts. What did Uriah do? Bolavip tells you.
Urías’ unexpected reaction when Pujols hit the 700th home run in the MLB
From what could be seen in the official broadcast of the game St. Louis Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday, September 23, 2022, when Albert Pujols he hit the 700th home run and the more than 50,000 fans in attendance at Dodger Stadium did not stop applauding, Julius Uriah He had his arms crossed and was staring at the opposing bullpen as some of his teammates cheered. Unexpected reaction?
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