Is it impossible for a 40% hitter to come out in modern baseball? The batting average of Luis Araez (26, Miami Marlins) is gradually declining.메이저사이트
Araez recorded a batting average of 0.369, 3 homers, 52 RBIs, 47 points, 158 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.414 OPS of 0.874 in 110 games until the 10th (Korean time).
This is Araez’s lowest batting average of the season, with a batting average of 0.500 since the opening match. In the game on the 9th, he recorded 0.370, and on this day, he only added 1 hit, and the 307 penny line collapsed.
It was a long time ago that Araez recorded a batting average of 40% for the last season. The last one recorded was 0.401 on June 25th.
Since then, Araez has consistently maintained batting averages of .37 and .38 last month, but his performance dropped significantly as he added only one hit in the last three games.
As a result, the possibility of Araez’s .400 batting average is gradually disappearing. Also, the gap between the 2nd and 3rd places in the National League batting average fell below 3 pennies.
Araez is a hitter with little home run power. His batting average fell, and his overall performance dropped significantly. OPS, which once reached the mid-0.900 range, fell to 0.874.
Araez, who raised expectations for the birth of the first .400 hitter since Ted Williams in 1941. However, the .400 batting average is unlikely to come out this time around.