It is not only good at stealing.스포츠토토 He even has an exciting long shot. The expression ‘hotajunjok’ fits perfectly. Ronald Acuna Jr. (25) of the Atlanta Braves, who beat Bae Ji-hwan to become the king of stolen bases, is attempting to create a new history in the Major League Baseball (MLB) with a home run.
Acuña Jr. hit a home run in the third inning in the second game of the double header away from the Detroit Tigers in the 2023 American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB) regular season held at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on the 15th (hereinafter Korean time). In the top of the third inning, with Atlanta leading 2-0, he fired a solo shot against opposing pitcher Michael Lorenzen.
It went over the central fence at the deepest part of Comerica Park. The height of the central wall of Comerica Park is 412 feet (approximately 125.6 m). Acuña Junior sent the ball far and recorded a batting speed of 114.5 miles (about 184.3 km per hour) and a flight distance of 461 feet (about 140.5 m).
He continues to make big home runs like this. Hitting 15 home runs this season, he drew an arch over 450 feet (about 137.2 m) six times. He topped the record for home runs over 450 feet. The record holder in one season is Giancarlo Stanton of the New York Yankees. Stanton hit 10 home runs over 450 feet in 2015. Less than halfway through this season, Acuna Jr. came close to Stanton’s record.
As of the 15th, most of the hitting indicators are very good. In stolen bases (29), he beat Bae Ji-hwan (19) and led the National League, 2nd in batting average (0.333), 7th in RBI (44), 8th in home runs (15), 5th in on-base percentage (0.405), He is ranked 3rd in slugging percentage (0.580) and 2nd in OPS (0.985). He is a ‘hotajun tribe’.