Juan Soto (real name Juan José Soto Pacheco) is a baseball player who plays for the Washington Nationals of the MLB (Major League Baseball). In 2015, he joined the Washington Nationals as a free agent. His professional debut came with the Gulf Coast League Nationals in 2016. In the same year, he joined the Auburn Doubledays. He continued playing for minor leagues until 2018, when he made his major-league debut.
Juan has spent three seasons with the Washington Nationals, forming a crucial part of the starting team that has performed exceptionally well. In March 2022, he agreed to a huge contract with the baseball team, avoiding arbitration. When he was 23 years, he became the youngest baseball player to reach the 100th career home run off of Bryce Elder of the Braves.