‘Upward every day’ Soto, OPS 0.2 rise in 12G ‘MVP mode?’

The performance of Juan Soto (25, San Diego Padres), who escaped from a major slump, is going up every day. Soto raised his OPS by more than 0.2 in just 12 games.

San Diego played an away game against the Minnesota Twins on the 12th (Korean time) at Target Field located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

On this day, Soto started as San Diego’s fourth left fielder and recorded 1 hit in 3 at-bats (1 home run), 1 RBI, 1 run and 2 walks. 3 on-base game, including a home run.

Accordingly,안전놀이터 Soto recorded a batting average of 0.256, 6 homers, 19 RBIs, 21 points, 34 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.414 OPS of 0.888 in 38 games of the season until this day.

A record that is getting more and more like Soto. After the Chicago Cubs match on the 27th of last month, Soto recorded a batting average of 0.178, an on-base percentage of 0.339, and an OPS of 0.684.

In just 12 games, he raised his batting average to close to 8, and his OPS rose to over 0.2. Although the sample is small because it is early in the season, it is clear that it is a rapid rise.

Although San Diego lost 3-4 at the end of the seesaw game, Soto’s revival is very good news. Soto, in normal condition, is the most reliable hitter.

Soto is a player who has both contact and excellent linemanship. He is the most trustworthy hitter in the decisive moment. As a result, the sluggishness in the past was rather difficult to understand.

The record San Diego wants from Soto is at the level of the last 2021 season. At the time, Soto had a batting average of 0.313, an on-base percentage of 0.465 and an OPS of 0.999.

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