‘There is a person who surpasses the pace of Ohtani’… There is already a god of 100 RBI mukbang

 While Ohtani Shohei (LA Angels) is making a big success in batting. There is a player who surpasses Ohtani’s pace, drawing attention.메이저사이트

On the 9th (Korean time), Ohtani started as the designated hitter No. 2 in the 2023 Major League Baseball home game against the San Francisco Giants held at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, USA, and went 4 at bats, 1 hit, 1 RBI, 1 run, and the team’s 7- 5 contributed to the victory. The Angels escaped from a 7-game losing streak and came close to a 50% win rate with a record of 57-58. They are still in fourth place in the American League West.

On this day, Ohtani succeeded in getting on base from his first at-bat. In the bottom of the first inning, he hit second base safely against San Francisco starting pitcher Scott Alexander with a timely hit to give the team the first run. It was Ohtani’s 83rd RBI of the season.

But there have been no hits since. Ohtani withdrew from 1st and 2nd base at the bottom of the 2nd inning with a floating ball to center fielder. Still, he was content with sending second base runner Len Hippo to third base.

Then, he came out as the lead batter in the bottom of the 5th inning and retired with a fly ball to right field, and came out as the lead batter in the bottom of the 7th as well, but ended the game with one hit as the shortstop grounded out.

Adding to this game, Ohtani has a batting average of 0.307 this season, 40 homers, 83 RBIs, 15 stolen bases, an on-base percentage of 0.409, a slugging percentage of 0.669, and an OPS of 1.078.

Japan’s full count paid attention to Matt Olsen (29, Atlanta Braves), who is doing more RBI than Ohtani.

Olsen was the first to hit the 100-point mark by adding 1 RBI that day. It’s been 111 games. They are 17 points ahead of Ohtani. Ohtani ranked fourth overall in the major leagues.

The media said, “We are recording 100 RBIs, surpassing Ohtani’s 83 RBIs. Fans continue to show surprise.”

Olsen moved to Atlanta from Oakland in a trade in March. The day after the trade, he signed an eight-year contract with Atlanta. The total amount is 168 million dollars (about 221 billion won).

Olsen stands out in home runs as well as RBIs. He currently has 39 home runs. He is chasing Ohtani in the home run category in the major leagues, and running away from Ohtani in the RBI category. If you narrow it down to the National League, it ranks first in home runs and first in RBIs. It is worth aiming for the 2nd crown.

Fans are pouring out rave reviews for Olsen, such as “His RBI is the most underrated in the major leagues” and “Really great.”

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