Bellinger’s ‘sense of hitting’, hitter’s ranking rises vertically

Could anyone have predicted this when he signed with the Chicago Cubs after being released from the Los Angeles Dodgers last year? Cody Bellinger (28, Chicago Cubs)’s hitter ranking is on the rise.

On the 18th (hereafter Korean time),, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, selected and announced the top 10 best hitter power rankings this season.메이저사이트

At the highest place, Shohei Ohtani, who is evaluated as having virtually confirmed the American League Most Valuable Player (MVP), rose. Ohtani is running for No. 1 in OPS.

In addition, while Matt Olsen, who has hit the most home runs in the major leagues, rose to second place, Bellinger’s rise in the rankings is very noticeable. It jumped from 9th to 6th.

This ranks higher than Corey Seager and Kyle Tucker, who are expected to battle for second place in American League MVP voting. Seager and Tucker placed 7th and 8th respectively.

Bellinger recorded a batting average of 0.327, 18 home runs, 59 RBIs, 69 points, 110 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.379 OPS of 0.932 in 89 games until the 18th.

In addition, the breakaway is flying with a batting average of 0.404 and an OPS of 1.122, and the feeling of hitting in the last week is also very good with a batting average of 0.333 and an OPS of 1.011.

After showing a good performance with an OPS of 1.001 in April, Bellinger suffered greatly in May and June. As a result, it only sparkled in April, but it seemed that there was no resurrection.

However, Bellinger succeeded in rebounding last month with a batting average of 0.400 and an OPS of 1.122, and the high-sensitivity hitting feeling continues until this month. As a result, suspicion of Bellinger has also decreased.

Bellinger will qualify as a free agent (FA) player after this season. If this feeling of hitting is maintained until the end of the season, it is expected that he will be able to win a jackpot contract.

Meanwhile, Ronald Acuña Jr., the 0th National League MVP, fell one notch to 3rd place, while Freddie Freeman and Mookie Betts took 4th and 5th place, respectively.

In addition, Luis Araez, who is now farther away from the .400 batting average, is in ninth place amidst a drop in the rankings, and Bobby Witt Jr., who is aiming for 30 homers and 30 stolen bases, is in 10th place.

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