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Carlos Delgado calls MLB’s lack of Latin American managers ‘really sad’

Major League Baseball has zero Latin American managers and just two managers who are visible minorities.
Via Toronto Star
5 days ago

Orange You Glad You Didn’t Squeeze Out Valencia

Danny Valencia had himself a nice little weekend.  On Friday, he hit two homers, then yesterday he became only the third player to ever have a three-homer game (3-for-5, 5 RBIs) against the Rays (last one was Carlos Delgado in 2003), and only the 2nd player that also stood for the pregame National Anthem.   Valencia grew up Jewish, and, according to Wikipedia, "(Valencia's)...
Via Razzball
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Yoenis Cespedes’ latest blast leaves Carlos Delgado in his dust

Yoenis Cespedes had a quiet October for the Mets, but his regular-season numbers remain outlandish. On Monday, he smashed his eighth homer of the season and 25th in 77 games since joining the club. Cespedes became the fastest Mets player to hit 25 homers, eclipsing Carlos Delgado, who needed 88 games to reach that mark...
Via New York Post
26 days ago

QUIZ: Name every MLB player to hit four home runs in one game

16 players in MLB have hit four home runs in one game. Can you name them all?
April 04, 2016  |  Discuss

Delgado, Felipe Alou, 3 others go into Canadian Hall of Fame

ST. MARYS, Ontario (AP) Former big leaguers Carlos Delgado, Corey Koskie and Matt Stairs and longtime Montreal manager Felipe Alou have been elected to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. The Canadian Hall announced Wednesday that they will be inducted with sports writer Bob Elliott on June 13. Delgado is the career leader in home runs and RBIs for the Toronto Blue Jays. He played...
Via Associated Press
February 04, 2015  |  Discuss

#TBT: Carlos Delgado’s big day in the Bronx

If there is one thing the New York Mets missed before Lucas Duda’s 30 home run season, it was a legitimate home run threat. The team has produced only two 30 home run seasons since Carlos Delgado in 2008 -Ike Davis in 2012 and Lucas Duda in 2014. Heading into June 27, 2008, it appeared Carlos Delgado’s time with the Mets was coming to a close. The former Blue Jay slumped to a...
Via Around Citi
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Carlos Delgado And The History Of First Ballot Cuts

On Tuesday, it was revealed that Carlos Delgado received less than the 5% needed to stay on the ballot for the Hall of Fame. Fans of the Toronto Blue Jays were not happy with the results, and it is justified. Delgado is the only player to have 30 or more home runs in 10 straight seasons and fall off the ballot after one try. There could be a lot of reasons this happened: a stacked...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
January 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Carlos Delgado’s Hall of Fame snub highlights flawed voting system

Carlos Delgado was never a likely candidate to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. However, he didn’t deserve to be snubbed on his first ballot. Call it irrelevant, but if Don Mattingly hung around for 15 years, Delgado should have accrued enough votes to hang around for more than one. A two-time All-Star, Delgado hit 473 home runs (31st all-time), slugged .546...
Via Around Citi
January 07, 2015  |  Discuss

D-backs prospect hits five home runs in five consecutive at-bats (VIDEO)

The record for hitting consecutive Major or Minor League home runs was four in a row, set most recently by Carlos Gonzalez in 2012 and Carlos Delgado in 2003. And now, thanks to Jon Griffin, that record is broken. During two games on Wednesday and Thursday, the Diamondbacks prospect hit five home runs in five consecutive plate appearances while playing for the Double-A Mobile BayBears...
Via The Other Paper
May 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Field of Dreams: Mets edition – First basemen

Now that it is January, it is time to add the all-time greatest first basemen to the Mets’ Field of Dreams Roster.  So far, there are five starting pitchers, six relief pitchers, and two catchers on the roster, leaving just 12 vacant spots on the Mets’ roster.  Today, two more will be added to the list.  These two first basemen hit a combined 184 home runs while playing on...
Via Mets360.com
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss
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