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The Offishial Show Episode 108: Jesús Aguilar as Carlos Delgado 2.0?

Cody Poteet’s hard work paid off, as Ely Sussman explains what he showed in Wednesday’s win that should be sustainable at the major league level. That’s followed by a breakdown of where Jesús Aguilar’s production stands in relation to Carlos Delgado’s lone Marlins season and how his awesome start to 2021 affects other key players in the organization.
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Toronto Blue Jays: Does Carlos Delgado belong in the Hall of Fame?

One of the top players in Toronto Blue Jays history, Carlos Delgado would sign with the organization in 1988 out of Puerto Rico, making his MLB debut in 1993. The left-handed hitter would spend 12 years as a Blue Jay, with injuries pushing Delgado to retire in 2011 after stints with the Florida Marlins and the New York Mets.
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First Base Face Off: Carlos Delgado vs. Lucas Duda

If you polled a majority of Mets fans on whether Carlos Delgado or Lucas Duda were better during their time with the Mets, I assume most would probably answer Delgado. I wouldn’t blame them. Delgado was part of a robust Mets offense that included the magical 2006 National League East champion team. The Puerto Rico native also had some big seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays in the ’90s and early ’00s as well, prior to joining the Mets. He hit 40+ home runs twice three times with Toronto, and hit at least 30 eight times.
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