Surprise! Victor Victor Mesa upgraded to Triple A in Miami

Surprise!  Victor Victor Mesa upgraded to Triple A in Miami
Victor Victor Mesa still does not reach the first level

The Eldest son of legendary baseball player Victor Mesa, Victor Victor Mesa, was promoted to the Miami Marlins’ Triple A team, the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp. His younger brother, Victor Mesa Jr., was one of the first to announce this on social networks.

“One step closer, Triple A,” Misa’s younger brother wrote in a photo with the family bloodline. As is known, both young men play in the “fish” of the city of Florida.

So far, Cubans have averaged in Pensacola Blue Wahoos from Double A, 228 AVE offensive line, .295 OBP and .294 SLG. Although it improved a lot in July and had excellent numbers that caught the eye: 315/.353/.425. Let’s hope the industries’ youngest, controversial former mentor, takes his chance when he has so little left.

In early May, the Miami press called Misa’s eldest son Victor Victor a “big failure” and “bad”. The former defensive player with the Crocodiles of Matanzas in Cuba was going through his worst season at the Marlins Minors.

Victor Victor, who was heavily criticized by the Miami press

According to a commentary in Diario de las Américas, Miami, Miami’s “fish” managers “crashed” when they signed a baseball player for a millionaire “who sold” him many as having “five gadgets,” but who didn’t show up in several years in the palace.

This newspaper noted that the suit “ended up being too big for Mesa’s eldest son,” and currently, at the start of this baseball season, is doing numbers to compete for the position of worst player of all minors.

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They indicated that it was time for the Marlins to consider that Victor would never make it to the major leagues and that it would be better for him to look for opportunities in the winter or the Latin Championships. They even suggest that he return to the national series, which will be closer to his quality.

“Instead of improving, he regresses. Little by little he loses the tools, if he has anything left. Who knows if he can revitalize his career in the winter or the independent league, maybe he will come back to his homeland and play in the national league or in Spain or Italy, Where there is a baseball game that is more in line with his level,” they emphasized.

A few months later, Misa’s eldest son has been upping his game and is currently making numbers To be called up to Triple Aa common move at this time in American baseball.

Oliver Walton

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