Houston Astros won the 2022 World Series and one of the champion players posted a message after becoming a free agent in the MLB. Don’t you play with José Altuve anymore?
superiority of Houston Astros in the world series reflected again with a title in 2022 from that championship involved in the sign-stealing controversy in 2017. The player who scored the last run of the decisive Game 6 against Philadelphia Phillies became a free agent and has already published a first message after the title with Jose Altuve and company.
Do you want to stay in the Astros? The 2022 MLB season started for Christian Vasquez in Boston Red Sox. The catcher played 84 games and hit .282 with 42 RBIs before making it to the Houston team. The catcher, born in Puerto RicoI already knew what it was like to win a World Series after winning the championship in 2018.
With Martin Maldonado As the starting catcher, Vásquez played in six MLB Postseason games and left his mark on the 2022 World Series. In the decisive sixth game, the catcher drove in the last run of Houston Astros to achieve the score (4 – 1) that would end up giving them the title against the Philadelphia Phillies.
Christian Vásquez woke up on social networks with a strong message on Twitter: “I woke up today with my second ring. wow! Winning is better than losing.” So far, everything normal, but… With another publication, he opened the possibility of not returning to the Houston Astros. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch portal even proposed it as a replacement for Yadier Molina at the St. Louis Cardinals.
Champion with Astros of the World Series published a message after being a free agent in the MLB
According to Michael Schwab of The Juice Box Journal newsletter, Christian Vasquez was one of the Houston Astros players who chose free agency and with a message on Twitter he thanked after the title in the 2022 World Series. He said goodbye and does not play with Jose Altuve, Jeremy Pena, Yordan Alvarez and company?
“Houston thank you so much for this memorable year,” Christian Vásquez posted on Twitter.