Alfonso Durazo hands over the key to the Sonora Stadium to Fernando Valenzuela | video

Alfonso DurazoGovernor of Sonora, spoke this Thursday, December 20, Keys to Sonora Stadium baseball to a former Mexican baseball player Fernando Valenzuelawho will give his new name of the property hot ball.

In a video posted on his official account X de Durazo stated that “honor to whom honor is due”in honor of the presentation of a symbolic key to the new property “the greatest baseball player in Mexican history”whose “the name symbolizes the greatness of Sonora”.

The video shows the governor next to a “symbolic” baseball player, “by far the best baseball player in Sonora.”

Similarly, Durazo spoke about new Sonora stadium belonging Orange trees of Hermosillowhom they decided to call Fernando Valenzuela Stadium .

In February of this year, Valenzuela saw her Iconic number 34 of the Los Angeles Dodgers retired for the team with which he won two World Series in 1981 and 1988 while in Augustit was announced that the day 11th of this month every yearwill be celebrated in the city of California as “Day of Fernando Valenzuela”confirming his place as the top national player to play in the Big Top.

‘Bull’, 63 years old, was member of two World Series champion teams (1981 and 1988) and this the only pitcher in Major League history to win prizes Rookie of the Year and Cy Young in the same season (1981). Was chosen for six All-Stars and won two Silver Slugger awards (1981, 1983) during his 11 seasons with the Dodgers from 1980 to 1990.

Source: Aristegui Noticias