Peralta defended and drove in victory for Tampa Bay

Venezuelan David Peralta made an extraordinary play and contributed an RBI in Saturday’s victory for the Tampa Bay Rays (5 to 1) over the Texas Rangers.

In the first inning itself, Peralta turned on “the locomotive” to catch a dangerous hit down the short left field zone.

Later, the 35-year-old Valencian hit a sacrifice fly to drive in his team’s first run.

Peralta reached 480 RBIs for life in the MLB and equaled José Celestino López in 35th place among the Venezuelans with the most produced in the “Big Show”.

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The Creole outfielder is hitting .282 with 12 RBIs, nine doubles and a triple in 34 games since joining Kevin Cash’s ranks before the trade deadline.

The Rays achieved an important victory this Saturday in favor of not leaving the wild card positions in the American League.

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