Yoshida 16G hit in a row in the Japanese baseball league which shook the Major League, Kikuchi’s opening five consecutive wins, Senga four wins, Otani’s pitching and hitting special performance
It’s an amazing adaptability.
Boston Red Sox outfielder Yoshida Masataka (30) hit 16 consecutive games. On the 8th (Korea Standard Time), he played as the No. 2 designated hitter against the away Philadelphia Phillies and hit two hits. The batting average, which hovered around 10% until mid-April, soared to .321.
The best hitter with a career batting average of .327 in Japanese professional baseball continues to play like a monster in his major league debut season. His teammates are also praising him.
He was fierce from his first at-bat. In the top of the first inning, he hit a slider thrown by right-hander Taihuan Walker in the absence of a runner with one out. In 1S, he pushed the ball into the lower course outside and connected it to a left-handed hit. He has had 16 consecutive hits since April 21 against the Minnesota Twins. It is the most consecutive hit in the Major League this season.
Yoshida, who was out with a fly ball to shortstop in the top of the fourth inning, hit his second hit in his third at-bat in the top of the seventh inning. Philadelphia put left-hander Jose Alvarado on the left-handed batter Yoshida. Yoshida pulled a 154km/h sinker thrown by Alvarado on a high course toward his body, making it a right-handed hit. He resumed his multi-hit career after two games. In his last at-bat in the top of the ninth inning, he stepped down with a grounder to the pitcher.
two hits in four at-bats.
Yoshida is the hottest hitter in Major League Baseball these days. In 16 consecutive games, he recorded 28 hits in 64 at-bats and a batting average of .438. In four consecutive games against the Toronto Blue Jays from May 2 to 5, he recorded 8 hits in 17 at-bats, .471 and 9 RBIs. He took a day off on the 7th due to the influence of the sand dunes and played on the 8th
He had a batting average of .321 (36 hits in 112 at-bats), six home runs, 24 RBIs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.939 in 29 games until the 8th. His batting average is No. 1 in the team, No. 5 in the American League, and No. 9 in the Major League overall.
This year, Japanese Major League Baseball players are also playing a big role.
Senga Kodai (30, New York Mets), who advanced to the Major League with Yoshida last winter, pitched six scoreless innings against the Colorado Rockies on the 6th. With four wins (1 loss, 3.38 ERA) in six games, it has become the axis of the starting lineup.
When the New York Mets signed a five-year, $75 million contract with Senga late last year, there was a claim of “overpay.” There were doubts about his injury history. As he has been active since the beginning of the season, this word no longer comes out.
Left-hander Yusei Kikuchi (32, Toronto Blue Jays) pitched 6⅓ innings with four hits and no runs against the Pittsburgh Pirates on the 8th. In his fifth year in the Major League, he has won five consecutive games (3.35 ERA). Prior to Kikuchi, Matsuzaka Daisuke (Boston) won eight consecutive games in 2008, Ishii Kazuhisa (LA Dodgers) won six consecutive games in 2002 and Tanaka Masahiro (New York Yankees) won six consecutive games in 2014
Shohei Otani (29, Los Angeles Angels), who shook the Major League Baseball with “Ido Current” in the past two seasons. He will continue his best performance this year. Ohtani, who played as the No. 3 designated hitter against the Texas Rangers on the 8th, had two hits, two walks, and an RBI. All four at-bats were on base. He has a batting average of .294 (38 hits in 128 at-bats) -7 home runs -20 RBIs as a batter, 4 wins – 2.54 ERA as a pitcher. He is also playing a special role in Tutta this year 토토사이트
Darvish Yu (37, San Diego Padres), the oldest member of the Japanese major leaguer, has 2 wins, 2 losses, and a 3.19 ERA