’14 Years’ Lizzo Occupies 300 Home Runs in Career ’12th in Current Country’

Anthony Rizzo (35, New York Yankees), a veteran infielder with 14 years of experience in the Major League, has reached the 300th home run mark in his career.

The New York Yankees held an away game against the Milwaukee Brewers at America Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on the 29th (Korean time).

Rizzo, who started as the sixth and first baseman of the New York Yankees, hit Jansen Junk with two outs and a third base in the eighth inning when his team was leading 13-5.

He is the fifth player to hit 300 home runs in the season. He is the 12th active hitter and 161st in the Major League history. He has hit 300 home runs in just 14 years since his Major League debut.
Among the active players are Andrew McCutchen with 302 home runs, Carlos Santana with 304 home runs, and Bryce Harper with 312 home runs. Giancarlo Stanton ranks first.

After making his major league debut with the San Diego Padres in 2011, Lizzo moved to the Chicago Cubs the following year and spent his prime time.

He was traded to the New York Yankees in 2021 after winning the World Series to the Chicago Cubs in 2016 as the center of the team’s batting lineup.

Last year, he played in 99 games due to injury, recording a batting average of 0.244, 12 homers and 41 RBIs, and an on-base percentage of 0.328 OPS of 0.706.

D’Azio is less accurate than he was in his prime, but he is still a batter who can hit a single. He can expect 30 home runs.

In addition to the homer, Lizzo had four hits, two RBIs, three runs and one walk, including two doubles. As a result, his performance for this season increased vertically with a batting average of 0.277 and an on-base percentage of 0.341 OPS of 0.787. 토토사이트

The New York Yankees won 15-5 on the back of a batting explosion, although starter Marcus Stroman failed to meet expectations with four runs in four innings.

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