Jose Trevino only focused on 1 goal

Jose Trevino #39 of the New York Yankees completes a two-run home run in the eighth inning to take the lead against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field on June 22, 2022 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
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new York Yankees catcher Jose Trevino The dream is living

In addition to being part of the team with the best record in all baseball, he’s doing it at the plate, .283 with six home runs and 21 RBIs.

They had a pretty good game of their own against the Tampa Bay Rays last night, taking two hits as well as leading up to a home run as the Yankees won the finals 5-4.

Brian Hoch tweeted that Aaron Boone said he believes Trevino should be an All-Star this season, but Trevino only has one goal in mind.

He doesn’t care about being an All-Star, but instead wants to win a championship.

Trevino wants a ring

If you are a manager then this is the drive and desire you want to see from your players.

Trevino doesn’t care whether he becomes an All-Star or not.

Sure, he appreciates what his manager had to say, but Trevino only cares about the team and the World Series title win for the New York fans.

Being team-oriented is what you want from your players, and it’s nice to see Trevino display a selfless attitude when it comes to whether or not he should be an All-Star.

Even the best players will tell you that being an All-Star means little when put forward to the idea of ​​winning a World Series title.

You can ask Aaron Judge and he’ll probably say the same thing.

Trevino clearly understands that it is not about him, but about the team and what he wants the team to achieve.

The ultimate dream is to win the World Series, and Trevino has clearly set his priorities straight.

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