Sammy Sosa Thesis Statement

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Sammy Sosa is Dominican professional former baseball right fielder. He collaborated with over four Major League Baseball teams till date. He was mostly seen playing for the Chicago Cubs.

Early life and education
Sammy Sosa was born on 12 November 1968 in the Dominican Republic. He was born in a Batey community in Couselo. But, Sosa ' officially birthplace is San Pedro De Macoris. He was born to his parents Juan Bautista Montero and Lucrecia Sosa.

Sosa is Black in ethnicity and holds Dominican nationality. His paternal family, the Peraltas, are of Haitian descent and Dominican.

Sosa 's father died when he was at seven years and supported the family by doing awkward jobs.

Texas Rangers, Chicago White Sox
Sosa played his major league for
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Chicago Cubs
After the White Sox traded Ken Patterson and Sosa to the Chicago Cubs for outfielder George before in 1992 season. In 1995, he was named to his first All-Star team. In 144 baseball games, Sosa played .268 with thirty-six home runs and 119 RBIs.

After few years as a reputed power/speed threat with a rocket arm in right field, Sosa emerged in the 1998 season, listed as one of the baseball 's greatest.

The same year, his 416 total bases were the most in a single season Stan Musial 's 429 in 1948. He also achieved the National League Most Valuable Player Award for forwarding cubs into the playoffs in 1998.

He was also honored with a ticker-tape parade in his honor in New York City, later Sosa was invited as a guest at US President Bill Clinton 's 1999 State of the Union Address.

In the year 2003, the Cubs won the National League Central Division title, The year was pretty bad for Sosa. In May, he spent his first period on the disabled list since 1996 after removing his injured toenail.

On 3rd June 2003, he was ejected from a Chicago Cubs-Tampa Bay Devil Devil Rays game on the first innings when umpires caught Sosa using a corked bat. Major League Baseball tested Sosa 's other 76 bats after his

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