A player who was champion with the Houston Astros in the 2022 World Series required surgery for the 2023 MLB season.
The stories that left the second World Series title to Houston Astros have a new chapter from the hand of that player who used an illegal bat from Albert Pujols, was accused of cheating and ended up playing with a broken hand in the MLB.
It all started in Game 1 between the Astros and Philadelphia Phillies in the 2022 World Series. The Houston team’s star catcher used an Albert Pujols bat that the following game was banned by MLB itself. The definition arrived and another controversy arose.
Assuming that he had to get to first base no matter what, the protagonist of this story confessed that he had done everything possible to receive a ball and open the way to the entrance that would be final for Houston Astros victory in Game 6 of the 2022 World Series.
martin maldonado twice tried the rules of major league during the Astros’ 2022 World Series title and, as if something else was missing from its “Fall Classic” history, the Puerto Rican-born catcher ended up playing with a broken hand.
He came out champion of the 2022 World Series and had to go through the operating room
After the color, the spiciness, the controversy and the sacrifice that martin maldonado put him in the 2022 World Series with the Houston Astros, the catcher went from champion to the “Autumn Classic” having to go through the operating room to have surgery “sports hernia”. The information was released by Brian McTaggart of MLB.com, who confirmed that the operation went well.