Saturday, May 30, 2015

“Cubano” Chi Chi Gonzalez wins his major league debut in Texas

It's always a pleasure to watch Cubans or Cuban Americans excel in major league baseball.    On Saturday night, a young Cuban American from Florida was "fantastico" in his debut:    

ChiChi Gonzalez had an ideal Major League debut Saturday at Globe Life Park, holding the Red Sox hitless through the first five innings and eventually getting the win in the Rangers' 8-0 victory.   

Gonzalez, a first-round pick in 2013, went 5 2/3 innings, allowing only two hits and no runs to a Boston lineup that never got going."
Alexander Gonzalez was born and raised in Boynton Beach, FL.    His parents were born in Cuba.   He said on the post game radio show that his "abuelo" gave him the nickname of "Chi Chi" when he was a baby.
By the way, his parents, and lots of family members, were at the game.
Gonzalez will turn 23 this year and has been a highly rated prospect in the Rangers organization.
Congratulations to young Chi Chi for a great job.  We've been anticipating his major league career for a couple of years.   We repeat that he is here to stay.

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