In his second professional game in Major League Baseball, Quebec Charles LeBlanc made his first home run on Sunday.
The Miami Marlins’ third baseman achieved the feat in the sixth game of a 9-3 loss to the New York Mets.
The right hitter fired a shot from the start Taijuan Walker (9-2) outside the left field fence at LoanDepot Park. This is a single circuit.
In the previous inning, LeBlanc also climbed to the plate, thanks to a song from teammate Jacob Stallings. Laval’s native hit double to get into the tracks. Thus, he became the first player in Marlins history to score a double in his first two games.
The Peel County representative concluded Sunday’s game with one RBI, scoring two runs and two hits in four games. He was also beaten twice. The 26-year-old was in the Marlins’ starting lineup for the second game in a row. After being used as a ninth hitter the day before, Leblanc got a minor upgrade and moved to one spot for today’s duel.
Regarding the outcome of the match, the Mets quickly dominated building a 6-0 lead after three at the bat and they weren’t really in danger after that.
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