As of the 16th, SK Wyverns’ outfielder Guillermo Heredia is the number one batting player in the KBO League. He appeared in 35 games, going 49-for-134 with a batting average of . Kim Hye-seong (Heroes, 30 4 5 Ri), Austin Dean (LG, 3 4 1 Ri), Noh Si-hwan (Hanwha, 3 3 3 6 Ri), Choi Ji-hoon (SSG, 3 3 3 Pun) 2-5 Upward, Heredia follows.
In the major leagues, Luis Araez of the Miami Marlins and Bo Bisset of the Toronto Blue Jays are asking for first place in both leagues.
Araez leads the National League with 52 hits in 136 at-bats and 3.82 2. Bisset leads the American League with 56 hits in 173 at-bats and 3.24 . The two appeared in 37 and 41 games, respectively.
Nearly 50 days have passed since the opening of the Korea-Japan American Professional Baseball League. After the beginning of the season, the records in each category usually return to the average. Every season has been organized like that.
However, it seems that the Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) is not yet. There are still 40% batters left in Nippon Professional Baseball, the representative ‘two-go-batter’ league. The protagonist is Toshiro Miyazaki (35), a veteran infielder for the Yokohama Baystars.
Miyazaki, a right-handed hitter, played as third baseman against the Hiroshima Carps held at Yokohama Stadium on the 16th and recorded 3 hits토토사이트, 2 hits and 2 walks in 5 at-bats. In his first at-bat in the first inning, he took hits in the third and sixth after retiring to an infield grounder. In the other two at-bats, he walked and went on base.
Miami’s Luis Araez. AFP Yonhap News
Toronto outfielder Bo Bisset. AFP Yonhap News
His batting average for the season went up from 4/41 to 4/48 (43 hits in 96 at-bats). He is the only top 4 hitter in both the Central League and the Pacific League.
Second place in the Central League is Shogo Akiyama of Hiroshima. He had 4 hits against Yokohama on the 16th, going 3.8 and 7 Lee (55 hits in 142 at-bats). Yanagita Yuki, the “signboard hitter” of the Softbank Hawks, marked 344 (42 hits in 122 at-bats), ranking first in the Pacific League. There is a big difference from Miyazaki. In the Pacific League, where pitchers are stronger, there are only three .30 hitters.
It was good from the start. On March 31, he went 2 at bats, 2 hits and 3 RBIs as a substitute in the opening game against the Hanshin Tigers. A good flow continued through April and into May. He maintained a .400 batting average throughout April and May.
Miyazaki won the Central League Monthly Batter MVP for March and April.
The performance of the five opposing teams in the Central League is also different. Against the Yakult Swallows, he recorded the best score of 5 7 1 Lee, and against Hiroshima, he recorded the lowest 3 6 9 Lee. He also shot 5 7 1 Lee against left pitchers and 3 9 7 1 Lee against right pitchers.
Recent grades are better. In his last six games, he went 13-for-23 with 5-for-6s. 5 out of 6 games are multi-hit games.
9 homers, 22 runs batted in with an on-base percentage of 0.534 and a slugging percentage of 0.813. His OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) is a whopping 1.347. The batting average and home run rank first, and the RBI ranks second by one difference.
As of the 16th, SSG foreign hitter Heredia, who is the number one hitter. Reporter Huh Sangemail@example.com
Miyazaki, an 11-year professional who debuted in the first team in 2013, is a mid-to-long-distance hitter with a career batting average of .305. In 2017, when he went 3.2 3, he won the batting title once. 28 homers in 2018 and 73 RBIs in 2021 are’career highs’.
The highest batting average in a season in Japanese professional baseball is 3.89. Randy Barth (Hanshin), who is considered the best foreign hitter of all time, recorded it in 1986. Last season, Murakami Munetaka (Yakult) posted .308, 56 home runs, and 134 RBIs, and became the youngest player to win three batting titles.