Infielder Matt Chapman (30, Toronto Blue Jays), who is about to acquire free agent qualifications, clearly shows what motivation is like.
Chapman recorded a batting average of 0.475, 2 home runs, 14 RBIs, 7 runs, 19 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.523 OPS of 1.323 in 10 games until the 10th (Korean time).
Even though it’s early season, it’s an amazing performance. Chapman had hits in 9 out of 10 games, and multi-hits in 6 of them.온라인카지노
Chapman led the team to a 12-11 victory with 3 hits and 5 RBIs including a home run against the Los Angeles Angels on the 10th, when both teams’ batting lines exploded and the game was like a war.
In particular, Chapman not only hit a home run in the 6th inning when he was behind 0-6, but also recorded a timely hit to make it 7-6 in the 7th inning when the team was 6-6.
This is different from Chapman, a third baseman who was only good at defense, until last year. Chapman is a hitter with a batting average of 0.240 and an on-base percentage of 0.329 in 728 games until last year.
He’s been below average in the accuracy of his hitting, though he’s had one extra-long hit with 36 home runs in 2019 and 27 home runs in 2021 and last year.
However, although Chapman is early in the season, he boasts an amazing batting feel and leads Toronto’s batting line along with Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (24).
Chapman will be eligible for free agency after this season. If he achieves outstanding results in batting, his ransom is expected to skyrocket along with the best third base defense he has ever shown.