這兩天 MLB 有兩個新紀錄誕生
尤其是 Biggio 記得我看他打球時 他還正年輕
Julio Franco 也46歲了 沒想到我欣賞的一些球員都已慢慢變成中年人了
Houston Astros' Craig Biggio reacts after getting hit by a pitch from Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Byung-Hyun Kim in the fourth inning in Denver on Wednesday, June 29, 2005. Biggio set a new Major League Baseball record when he was hit by the pitch, which was the 268th time in his career that he was plunked. The previous record was held by Don Baylor.
Atlanta Braves' Julio Franco follows through on his grand slam off Florida Marlins relief pitcher Valerio De Los Santos in the eighth inning Monday, June 27, 2005, in Miami. Rafael Furcal, Marcus Giles, and Andruw Jones scored on the home run.
Atlanta Braves' Julio Franco (14) is greeted at home plate by teammates Rafael Furcal, left, and Marcus Giles, right, after Franco hit a grand slam off Florida Marlins' Valerio De Los Santos in the eighth inning Monday, June 27, 2005, in Miami
The 46-year-old Franco, already the oldest player in major-league history to hit a grand slam, sealed the victory in the eighth. Batting for Adam LaRoche against left-hander Valerio de los Santos, Franco went the opposite way -- no small feat in the Marlins' home park -- for his sixth homer this season.