Ronald Acuna Jr. (26, Atlanta Braves), who has not missed the first place in the National League MVP since the beginning of the season, is being shaken by his teammates.
The main character is Matt Olson 토토사이트 (29), who currently hits the most home runs among all hitters in the major leagues. In this major league hitter ranking, the two players’ seats even happened to be overturned.
On the 18th (hereafter Korean time), MLB.com, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, selected and announced the top 10 best hitter power rankings this season.
In this announcement, Olsen and Acuna Jr. placed second and third respectively. The first place is Shohei Otani (29). 4th and 5th are Freddie Freeman and Mookie Betts.
Acuña Junior has always been in second place after Ohtani, but has recently fallen to third place due to Olsen’s fearsome rise.
Olsen recorded a batting average of 0.274, 43 homers, 107 RBIs, 95 runs, 124 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.385 OPS of 1.000 in 120 games of the season until the 18th.
In particular, Olsen consistently boasts a high-sensitivity bat. He started off with an OPS of 0.993 in June, and is now reaching 1.093 last month and 1.268 this month.
As a result, Olsen surpassed Acuna Junior, who also exceeded 1.000 OPS this month, and ranked second in the overall major league hitter rankings.
If Olsen continues to maintain the same sense of hitting as he does now, he may surpass Acuna Jr. and Freeman, who are rated as MVP 1 and 2.
Of course, it is now mid-August, not mid-September. Therefore, depending on the results of the remaining season, Betts, who is evaluated as the 4th MVP, may win the award. There are so many games left.