Luis Araez (26, Miami Marlins), who boasts the best hitting accuracy in the major leagues, has shown amazing results from the beginning of the season.
Araez recorded a batting average of 0.500, 1 home run, 5 RBIs, 7 runs, 23 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.558 OPS of 1.253 in 13 games until the 13th (Korean time).
This ranks first overall. He is about a penny behind Matt Chapman (30), who is second overall in the major leagues, and eight pennies ahead of Bryson Stadt (26), who is second in the National League. 스포츠토토
Also, Araez is tied with Chapman for the major league lead with 23 hits. The accuracy of hitting is unmatched by others.
The driving ability is also quite excellent. Araez has already had eight multi-hit games this season, and has two four-hit games.
Araez led the American League with a batting average of 0.316 in 144 games last year. This is also what stopped the triple crown of Aaron Judge (31).
Araez, who is in his 5th year in the major leagues, boasted a highly sensitive bat with a batting average of 0.334 even in 2019, the first year of his debut. He had a career batting average of 0.314 until last year.
The weakness of not having power is clear. His major league career home run total is only 15. Accordingly, he is also a player with low value compared to his batting average.
As a result, Araez, who ranked first in batting average last year, was traded ahead of this season and wore a Miami uniform.
However, it is undeniable that Araez is the most accurate hitter in the current major leagues. Araez also has a very accurate eye, with 143 career walks and 134 strikeouts.