El Alfa used to play 2nd base?? Juan Soto’s favorite walk-up songs? Newlybros bond over baseball!

Two Dominican brothers at the top of their craft square off in Newlybros/Newlyhermanos! Nationals star Juan Soto and Dominican musical artist/superstar El Alfa show down in the Newlybros game and put their knowledge to the test! They also discuss growing up playing baseball (El Alfa played 2nd!), their favorite players, Juan's favorite songs to walk up to and get pumped up to, and so much more!

Dos hermanos de la República Dominicana se enfrentan en la nueva versión de Newlyhermanos. La joven estrella de los Nacionales, Juan Soto, y un popular intérprete de la música latina, El Alfa, prueban sus conocimientos. Hablaron sobre cómo El Alfa creció jugando béisbol (¡Jugaba segunda base!), sus jugadores favoritos, las canciones de Juan Soto para salir a batear y mucho más.

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