A look at the love of sosa.
Source CBS News The love of San Francisco Giants pitcher Andrew Susac, who has been on a tear this year, has been named as the winner of the 2017 Best Big Love Award.
Sosa is one of the most popular players in Major League Baseball.
He has been nominated for 10 straight awards, including Rookie of the Year, All-Star and a National League All-star.
Sosac and Susac have been on opposite ends of the baseball spectrum since 2010.
He won the league MVP award for 2011 and is a two-time All-Stars.
He’s also a former two-sport star, with baseball and basketball, who played football in college.
He and Susaco were teammates in the 2008 MLB All-Pro Team.
The two shared a banner in front of the White House, with Susaco in the White Senate and Sosa in the House.
Susac was drafted in the third round by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2011 MLB draft.
He went on to pitch for four teams, including the Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians and Arizona Diamondbacks.
Sanchez was the No. 3 overall pick in the 2015 MLB draft by the New York Yankees.
Sanchez was drafted to the Giants in the 2019 MLB draft, making him one of two players in the franchise’s history to be drafted in two consecutive drafts.
Sansosac was named the NL Rookie of a Generation in 2018.
He is the first pitcher to win Rookie of Year since Tim Lincecum of the San Diego Padres in 2004.
Says Susaco, “He’s the best.
He can throw the ball.
He does everything right.”