Before I knew it, I had 17 home runs.
Chicago Cubs outfielder Seiya Suzuki (29) hit his 17th home run of the season. On the 13th (Korean time), he played No. 6 in right field against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, and hit three hits.
Down 2-4, top of 6th inning, 1 out, 1st base. With the ball count of 2B1S, he pushed a 152 km/h sinker in the middle of a throw by Colorado right-hander Jake Bird and flew it over the right field. A home run that tied the score at 4-4.바카라
He hit 14 in 111 games last year, including 17 in his 123rd game.
Previously, in his first at-bat in the second inning, he hit a timely hit to third base with no outs. He did not miss a fastball thrown by Colorado starter Chris Flixen at a speed of 147 km/h and ended up with a hit.
In the 4th inning, he hit a fastball against Flixen and turned it into a heavy hit. This time, a 150km/h fastball came into the middle of the strike zone. In his final at-bat in the 8th inning, he was retired by a fly ball to center field.
3 hits and 2 runs scored in 3 at-bats. It was his third three-hit game this season. The Chicago Cubs lost 4-6 despite Suzuki’s hard hitting.
Bats dance in September.
In 13 games, he recorded 21 hits in 51 at-bats, a batting average of .401, 4 home runs, 14 RBI, and 9 runs. His hitting gets better as he goes into the second half of the season. He hit 10% 93 li in June, 205 ri in July, and 305 ri in August.
In 123 games this season, he recorded a batting average of .279 (128 hits in 458 at-bats), 62 RBI, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.822. Last year, he surpassed the number of hits, home runs, and RBIs. In his first year in the major leagues, he had a batting average of .