Rays' Breakout Star Randy Arozarena Was Asked About His Favorite Cuban Baseball Players, So He Named Himself

Randy Arozarena is in the midst of a breakout Postseason for the Tampa Bay Rays. The 25-year-old rookie is slashing .429/.484/.893 through Tampa's first six Postseason games — including three home runs through four ALDS games — and could play a key role in the Rays' quest to advance to their first World Series since 2008.

So naturally, when asked about his favorite baseball players from his native Cuba, it didn't take him long before he got to his favorite: Randy Arozarena. Sure, he named a couple other guys that he respects, but he made sure to be very clear that none of them top himself.

I think this guy just became my favorite non-Brave in baseball. He's played a grand total of 48 games in the Big Leagues and is already out here strutting his stuff. And as damn well he should. He's tearing it up in the MLB Postseason; let 'em know. I absolutely love it.

And I think I speak for the overwhelming majority of America when I say that we would all love to see Randy hit another dong shot or two tonight en route to eliminating the New York Yankees and sending the Rays back to the ALCS.

Go get 'em, Randy.