Legends On Deck

MLB Rookies On Deck: An Opening Weekend of Great 1st Hit Debuts

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Steven Kwan of the Cleveland Guardians had an amazing start to his Major League Career this weekend against the Kansas City Royals, as he went is 8 for 10, with two doubles and four runs scored. On Sunday he went 5 for 5, with a double and four singles and in his last seven at bats, he is 7 for 7. He is currently batting .800 as he leads all rookies.

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Jeremy Pena of the Houston Astros earned his first MLB hit on Friday against the Los Angeles Angels. In his first big league series, he is 6 for 16, with six runs scored, two doubles, a home run and is batting .375.

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The Japanese star now a Chicago Cub, Seiya Suzuki earned his first MLB hit on Thursday against the Milwaukee Brewers.  On Sunday he recorded his first of many home runs.

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Diego Castillo of the Pittsburgh Pirates recorded his first Major League base hit on a pinch-hit double to right center field against the St Louis Cardinals on Saturday and finished the weekend 4 for 9, with a double.

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Julio Rodriguez of the Seattle Mariners earned his first MLB hit, a double to left center field against the Minnesota Twins on Saturday afternoon.

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Bobby Witt Jr of the Kansas City Royals earned his first MLB hit double and RBI on Thursday against the Cleveland Guardians

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Heliot Ramos of the San Francisco Giants recorded his first MLB hit with a single up the middle on Sunday against the Miami Marlins and finished 2 for 3 in his first game.

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Jose Azocar of the San Diego Padres recorded his first MLB hit on Saturday against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Finished 1 for 2 in his debut.

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Bryson Stott of the Philadelphia Phillies earned his first MLB hit on Friday with a single to right field against the Oakland Athletics. He finished the weekend 2 for 7, with a double and an RBI.

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C.J. Abrams of the San Diego Padres earned his first MLB hit with a single to left field against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night.

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Cooper Hummel of the Arizona Diamondbacks homered for his first major league hit against the San Diego Padres on Sunday afternoon. He also drove in three runs on the play.

David Conde
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