It took only two games for A's fans to get a glimpse of Yoesnis Cespedes' immense potential. In the seventh inning, facing Mariners reliever Shawn Kelley, Cespedes scorched a breaking ball straight into the left center field seats of the spacious Tokyo Dome. In each of the next two games, Cespedes would do the same. On April 6th, Cespedes launched his first homer in the Coliseum, driving a Jason Vargas fastball an estimated 462 ft.
Oakland Athletics slugger Yoenis Cespedes isn’t actually playing in the Major League Baseball All-Star Game tonight because he wasn’t voted in by fans or players. So to thanks everyone for [...] Read Post
Yoenis Cespedes may have impressed everyone with his display of power en route to winning the 2013 MLB Home Run Derby, but he entered last night’s contest against the Toronto Blue Jays without a homer in his last 25 games. It has be... Read Post