Yoshida, who ‘caught’, tasted again in 2G… Season 6 No. 1 batting average 0.317

The bat of Masataka Yoshida (30, Boston Red Sox) does not cool down.

Masataka started as a left fielder in the 2023 Major League Baseball game against the Toronto Blue Jays held on the 5th (Korean time) at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and played an active role with 3 hits, 3 RBIs and 3 points in 5 at-bats, including a home run. did.

As he went on a 14-game hitting streak, his season batting average rose to 0.317. It is an even more surprising rise when we recall that his batting average dropped to 0.167 in the middle of the season last month.

I tasted it from his first at-bat.

With no runners in the first inning, Yoshida hit Toronto’s Kevin Gaussman’s first pitch four-seam fastball and fired a solo shot that crossed the middle fence.메이저놀이터

It is the 6th gun of the season, reported after 2 games since the game against Toronto on the 3rd.

Yoshida’s performance, which has risen in his sense of hitting to the extent of hitting 5 home runs in the last 11 games, continued.

He made a right-handed hit in the second inning with two outs on third base when the score was 4-0, and added a point with a left-handed hit in the fourth inning with no out and third base leading 6-1.

Thanks to Yoshida’s hard hit, Boston beat Toronto 11-5 and won six games in a row.

Yoshida, who won the batting title twice in Japanese professional baseball, jumped into the major leagues by signing a large contract with Boston for 5 years and a total of 90 million dollars (approximately 119.5 billion won) ahead of the 2023 season.

Immediately after the opening, there was a ‘bubble controversy’ as he suffered from batting, but Yoshida, who caught the feeling, is washing it clean.

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