Anderson Tejeda Blasts Home Run In MLB Debut

DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Anderson Tejeda entered Thursday's game without ever playing above Single-A.
He ended up getting two hits, including his first big league home run, knocked in three runners, and stole a base. 

First career hit ✔️First career RBI ✔️First career stolen base ✔️Nice to meet ya, @A_Tejeda12!

— Texas Rangers (@Rangers) August 6, 2020

The 22-year-old's performance was a welcome sight for a Rangers offense that ranks near the bottom of the league in runs scored. 

Pretty good first day at the office for Tejeda! --⚾One run ballgame!#TogetherWe | #MoreThanAGame | @Rangers

— FOX Sports Southwest (@FOXSportsSW) August 6, 2020

Tejeda became the first Ranger to hit a home run in their big league debut since Nomar Mazara did it in 2016.