Randy Arozarena’s Mom: Why Has SHE Never Been to an MLB Game Before?

Randy’s mother played softball in Mexico In a touching moment before the Tampa Bay Rays’ game against the Texas Rangers on Tuesday, Randy Arozarena’s mother, Sandra Gonzalez, had time to shine.

   Gonzalez, who only received his visa last week, was able to see his son play in the big leagues for the first time. Gonzalez, a former softball player for the Mexican team, showed off her skills by throwing a perfect no-hitter to a standing ovation from the crowd. Arozarena met him on the hill and hugged him, clearly touched by his presence.

   Gonzalez just got his visa last week, so this will be the first time he gets to see his son play in the big leagues. Randy is one of Kiirte’s stars Arozarena, who made his MLB debut with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2019, before being traded to the Rays in 2020, had explosive success in the Rays’ 2020 World Series. He hit an impressive .377 with a 1.273 OPS and tied the MLB record with 10 home runs in that playoff game.

   Since then, Arozarena has maintained solid performance, averaging 21 home runs, 80 RBIs and 25 steals over the past three seasons. He has a .264 batting average and a .792 OPS. The talented outfielder was recognized for his achievements when he won the AL Rookie of the Year Award in 2021 and won his first All-Star in 2023.

   Arozarena’s impact was already felt at the start of the season when he started in center field in his first match at bat However, the Rangers were able to take a 1-0 lead in the second inning, putting the Rays in an early hole at home. The matchup between the Rays and Rangers showcased the intensity and excitement of postseason baseball.

   When Arozarena’s mother was there for the first time, it added extra emotion to the game. The Rays will look to rally and overcome their early deficit as they hope to advance in the AL Wild Card.

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