Oswaldo Cabrera is embracing all of it. He made a special salute when the crowd chanted his name during roll call Wednesday night and Thursday when he got his first major league hit, a double, the 23-year old mimed ripping the pin out of a grenade and lobbing it. Cabrera, who also had a single on Thursday night, was about the only bright spot in the Yankees 9-2 loss to the Blue Jays at the Stadium on Thursday night.
“It was amazing,” Cabrera said of his fourth-inning double to right-center field. “I can’t describe how that feels. At that moment I was just in the sky, I was in the sky at that moment.”
His parents were in the stands celebrating their son’s first big league hit and they will be getting the ball as a memento of his accomplishment.
“I got the ball. Yeah, I got…
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