Sammy Sosa ended in 2007 and played his last game on September 29.
He has retired or is about to announce his retirement.
November 12, 1968.
Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa
The Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year for 1998 was Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa.
Sosa 66 HRs in 1998In 1998 Sammy Sosa and Mark Mcgwire were both making a run at Roger Maris' single season home run record. McGwire broke the record and finished the season with 70 home runs. Sammy Sosa hit 66.
Sammy Sosa played 18 years in the Major Leagues for 4 different teams. He played 13 years with the Chicago Cubs from 1992 - 2003, three years with the Chicago White Sox in 1989, and 1990, two years with the Texas Rangers 1989, and 2007, and 1 year with the Baltimore Orioles in 2005
Sammy Sosa first was a boy who was selling orange juice and shining shoes for cents to help his mother. When Sammy Sosa joined one of the baseball team,in his first full year (1993)as a club,Sosa slammed 33 home runs,knocked in 93 RBI's and was on his way to becoming an All-Star.In 1997,Sammy Sosa signed a four year,$42 million dollar contract. For 37 years, no one in the Major Leagues hit more home runs in a single season than Roger Maris when he hit 61 homers in 1961.Sammy Sosa did a lot of home runs and he is still one of the greastest. Well this is all I have to say.
1989 was a year that both players were in charge and they really helped on another. both played a great role in eachother's lives
That was the 1989 season. He started the season with the Texas Rangers and then was traded to the Chicago White Sox on July 29, 1989. Sosa batted .257 with 4 HRs and 13 RBIs in 183 at bats in 1989.