Sammy Sosa is a Dominican-American former professional baseball right fielder who played for 19 seasons in MLB. He is one of the game's best hitters and a 7-time All-Star, with 609 career home runs and 1,667 RBIs. He hit his 400th and 5,273rd home runs in 1998, breaking the NL record for most home runs by a right fielder. He also denied using performance-enhancing drugs.
Sammy Sosa is a rightfielder who played for 15 seasons in MLB, from 1986 to 2001. He hit 609 home runs, won the MVP award in 1998, and was a 7-time All-Star. See his career stats, awards, and more on Baseball-Reference.com.
- November 12, 1968
15 de jun. de 2020 · Sammy Sosa, the former MLB star who hit 66 home runs in 1998, has a much whiter complexion than he did during his career. He claims his skin is lighter because of a cream he uses that includes bleach, but critics and jokesters question his motives and racism. He denies the accusations and defends his health and happiness.
Baltimore Orioles. Texas Rangers. Samuel Kelvin Peralta "Sammy" Sosa ( San Pedro de Macorís, 12 de novembro de 1968) é um ex-jogador dominicano de beisebol que atuou como campista direito. Sammy jogou em quatro equipes da Major League Baseball em sua carreira, que foi de 1989 até 2007.
- Samuel Kelvin Peralta Sosa
Find out the latest information about Sammy Sosa, the former outfielder who played for the Chicago Cubs and other teams from 1989 to 2004. See his career stats, awards, news, videos and more on MLB.com.
8 de nov. de 2023 · Sammy Sosa, Dominican professional baseball player who, with Mark McGwire, entertained fans with a series of home run races in the late 1990s that rewrote the record books. In 1999 Sosa became the first player to hit 60 homers in two seasons. Learn more about his life and career.