Leadoff home run + multi-hit in 4 consecutive games’ Araes begins to solidify first place in batting

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Luis Araez (26), the ‘hitting machine’ of the Miami Marlins of the American Professional Baseball Major League, has completely escaped his slump. He recorded multiple hits in four consecutive games along with a leadoff home run, solidifying his lead in batting.카지노사이트

Araes started as second baseman in the away game against the Washington Nationals held at National Park in Washington, D.C. on the 4th (Korean time). He went 2-for-4 with one home run, one walk, one RBI, and two runs scored, leading Miami to a 6-4 victory. He exploded from the first at-bat. He hit a leadoff home run off opposing starting pitcher Josiah Gray. After making four consecutive fouls, he accurately hit a 94.2 mile per hour (approximately 151.6 km) sinker on the fifth pitch and went over the right fence. 6th home run of the season.

He retired due to a fly ball to left field in the 2nd inning and a double play in front of the second baseman in the 4th inning, but reached base on an intentional 4-pitch pitch in the 6th inning. And he completed his multi-hit game with a hit in the 9th inning. He entered the batter’s box as the leadoff hitter and targeted opposing relief pitcher Lane Thomas’ 96.7 mile per hour (approximately 155.6 km) four-seam fastball, resulting in a right-handed hit. When the follow-up hitter, Jazz Chisholm Jr., hit a ground ball, he took advantage of the opponent’s error and scored the final score by hitting home.

He fell into a severe slump after the All-Star break, but made a complete comeback in this four-game series against Washington. He had multiple hits in all four games. He went 2-for-5 on the 1st, 2-for-4 on the 2nd, 4-for-5 on the 3rd, and 2-for-4 on the 4th. In four days, he had 10 hits in 18 at-bats, raising his season batting average to 0.356. He widened the gap with Texas Rangers’ Corey Seager (0.341), Los Angeles Dodgers’ Freddie Freeman, and Atlanta Braves’ Ronald Acuña Jr. (0.335), increasing his chances of becoming the batting champion.

With Araes’ resurgence, Miami, which has won four games in a row, has risen to a tie for third place in the National League Wild Card. They recorded 70 wins and 67 losses, tying with the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants.

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