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No Fly Zone in Seattle with Julio Rodríguez patrolling centerfield: 'J-Rod Squad' - Image Credit: Seattle Mariners/MLB

Latino Sports presents ‘Highlights of the Week’ – a weekly recap featuring a ton of highlights from the previous week: Monday August 7th – Sunday August 13th. Whether it be a walk-off hit, a defensive web gem, a strong pitching performance, or a home run in the clutch, you’ll be able to find it here on our highlight reel at Latino Sports. We will continue to post ‘Highlights of the Week’ each and every Monday throughout the 2023 regular season.

Join in on the fun with us at Latino Sports! Leave a comment below on which highlight was your favorite!

No Quit DNA in Luis Arráez and Marlins!

How did Luis Urías end up making this tag?!

KING FÉLIX WEEKEND IN SEATTLE: Félix Hernández #34 retired by Mariners + Inducted into Mariners Hall of Fame

Félix Hernández was honored by Mariners faithful this past weekend at T-Mobile Park with a special ‘Félix Hernández Weekend,’ that included a King Félix Bobblehead giveaway on Sunday, a pre-game ceremony + King Félix T-Shirt giveaway on Saturday and post-game Firework Show on Friday. King Félix, 37, of Valencia, Venezuela, posted a 3.42 career-ERA with a record of 169 wins and 136 losses in 419 games — all with Seattle across 15 seasons.

Randy Arozarena the Superhero Walks-Off the Guardians

THE SANDY-MAN CAN: Sandy Alcántara throws complete game against Yankees

Blue Jays celebrate José Bautista’s career in Toronto, Immortalized on Blue Jays Level of Excellence

This past Saturday, José Bautista was honored by the Blue Jays with a special pre-game ceremony at the Rogers Centre. The 42-year-old Bautista, a native of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, played in Toronto from 2008-2017, and recorded 288 home runs in that span.

Elly De La Cruz legs out a Triple


From Latino Sports’ William Coppola in ‘Fernandomania” Fernando Valenzuela’s #34 Retired By Dodgers’ — “Fernandomania has never left this place. It is what has made the Dodgers and the Latin population of Los Angeles and much of California, whole. When fans look up at #34 along the third tier in left field now, there will be a beacon of light that will never go out for many fans, a feeling of pride and acceptance.”

First Major League hit and RBI for José Tena

Lockdown Defense by Carlos Correa

Don’t Run on the Venezuelan Catchers: Freddy Fermin, Keibert Ruiz, William Contreras and Jose Herrera

HISTORY: Miguel Cabrera moves to 19th All-Time on Hit List

WHAT THE HECK?! 2022 AL Rookie LatinoMVP Julio Rodríguez fools the Seattle crowd, Fernando Tatís Jr. and all watching from home!


FAMILY TIES: The Contreras Brothers, Willson and William, HOMER on the Same Day!

PABLO! PABLO! Pablo Reyes’ Walk-Off Grand Slam at Fenway!

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