‘Push and pull’ Yoshida, 16G consecutive hits ‘Another multi-hit’
Was there someone else in the middle of last month? Masataka Yoshida (30, Boston Red Sox) improved his performance by hitting in 16 consecutive games.
Boston had an away game against the Philadelphia Phillies on the 8th (Korean time) at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
On this day, Yoshida started as Boston’s second designated hitter and recorded two hits in four at-bats. 16 hits in a row since the game against the Minnesota Twins on April 21st.
Yoshida hit Taihuan Walker in left field in the first inning, continuing his 16-game hitting streak, and in the seventh inning, he hit Jose Alvarado in right field.
With this, Yoshida made another multi-hit in two games. Multi-hit in 5 out of 6 games held this month. As a result, the score soared.
Yoshida had a batting average of 0.167 and an OPS of 0.560 until the 20th of last month. But he currently has a batting average of 0.321 and an OPS of 0.939. He also has a very high on-base percentage of 0.403.
The greatest strength is the pioneering mind. Yoshida struck out just 11 while walking 13 in 29 games. He was thus able to post high batting averages and on-base percentages.메이저사이트
Despite Yoshida’s multi-hit performance, Boston lost 1-6 as the batters were unable to attack Walker. Walker took the victory with 1 run in 6 innings.