It seems that one more line will be added to the achievements of Alex Ansopoulos, who led the Atlanta Braves to win in 2021. Sean Murphy (29)’s amazing performance continues.
Murphy recorded a batting average of 0.275, 4 homers, 14 RBIs, 10 runs, 14 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.431 OPS of 1.078 in 15 games of the season until the 19th (Korean time).
This is second on the team behind Matt Olsen with 6 homers. In particular, in OPS, he is at the top of the team, beating Ronald Acuna Jr. and Olsen.
Murphy also has a very ideal ratio of 13 walks and 14 strikeouts, and his on-base percentage is much higher than his batting average.
Murphy had a batting average of 0.250 last year, an on-base percentage of 0.332 and an OPS of 0.759. He also struck out 124 while getting 56 walks.
However, after moving to Atlanta, he is showing a distinctly different appearance. Great luck for Atlanta, who expected a Gold Glove-level defense and last year’s level of hitting. 카지노사이트
After acquiring Murphy through a triangle trade in December of last year, Atlanta immediately signed a six-year, $73 million contract. $15 million with a one-year option thereafter.
In other words, Atlanta can use a Gold Glove-class catcher for an annual average of $12.17 million through at least the 2028 season. Director Ansopoulos received praise for this.
As a 2021 American League Gold Glove winner, Murphy is showing very good defense at the beginning of this season.
Added to this is an excellent attack power. As a result, it is very likely that Murphy will write a career high beyond last year’s FWAR 5.1.