Former player and brother-in-law of Dominican Manny Machado, Yonder Alonso, will return to baseball Big leagues (MLB), but as an analyst of TV on the renowned MLB Network.
Yonder alonso, who played 10 years in Big leagues and he is also the brother-in-law of the superstar Manny Machado, he will return to baseball as an analyst of TV on MLB Network, being a total luxury and where he will debut as a guest co-host on the program “Intentional Talk” this Friday.
“I am more than grateful to join the team of MLB Network, and I can’t thank everyone who has helped me get to this point enough, ”he said. Yonder Alonso.
Alonso played from 2010 to 2019 in the MLB, He also said that he hopes to have a lot of fun on his foray into the TV and aims to contribute new knowledge about the game to baseball fans around the world.
Here is the report:
The newest member of the squad!
Welcome to MLB Network, @YonderalonsoU 🙌 pic.twitter.com/q66soH4Xx8
– MLB Network (@MLBNetwork) April 27, 2021
“We are delighted that Yonder joined MLB Network, as it will provide a new perspective throughout our programming, ”said the president of MLB Network, Rob McGlarry.
The Cuban guy Yonder alonso will become one of many ex-players of the Big leagues who after retirement are still linked to baseball, but as analysts of TV and in addition, this will perform work in one of the largest in the United States, baseball speaking.
Alonso, 34, announced his retirement in November after a 10-year career in the Big leagues divided between the Padres, Athletics, Reds, Rockies, Indians, Mariners and White Sox, where he was selected to an All-Star Game, registering 100 home runs, 872 hits, 426 RBIs and an average of .259, without a doubt having the experience to be able to contribute knowledge and good things in a transmission of TV.