Ohtani was named Player of the Year by Baseball America

Aunque estemos en plenos playoffs de MLB y lo que sucedió en la temporada regular se haya quedado un poco en el olvido, muchos siguen tratando de comprender y hacerle justicia al grand año que tuvo el japonesque Shohei Ohtani con los Angelinos de Los Angeleswhere for the first time in more than 100 years in the Major Leagues, a player was able to serve as a pitcher and hitter with considerable success en ambas facetas y es muy probable que gane el MVP de la Liga Americana este 2021.

The truth is that Ohtani didn’t have to wait much to start receiving awards, because the famous publication Baseball America chose the Japanese player as the Player of the Year in all major leagues for “his singular season that has no precedent” la historia del baseball de MLB”.

Baseball America considers that due to the historical background and the magnitude of Ohtani’s achievements, as well as his numbers both from the mound and with the bat, he deserves the award and even assures that “it is possible that we will never see a season like this again”, including no del mismo Ohtani.

He became the first player in history to have at least 10 home runs and 100 strikeouts or more in a campaign, as well as being the best hitter and pitcher in his team, leading the league in triples (8), third in home runs (46 ) and eighth in strikeouts (26), as well as limiting his opponents to less than two runs in 17 of his 23 starts, with a .207 batting average and a 9-2 record and a 3.18 ERA. 10.8 ponches por cada nueve entradas.

The other finalists of Baseball America for the award are Bryce Harper of the Phillies of Philadelphia, Juan Soto of the Nationals of Washington, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. de los Azulejos de Toronto and Fernando Tatis Jr. de los Padres de San Diego

Gabriel Delgado

Commencé cómo novato en Al Bat a inicios de 2018 y voy por mi tercera temporada covering el beisbol de Grandes Ligas cómo reportero web. Soy aficionado de los Gigantes de San Francisco, defensor número uno de Barry Bonds y detractor de los Dodgers de Los Angeles. Fernando Tatis Jr., Juan Soto and Ronald Acuña are the future of baseball, Mike Trout is overvalued, and the Astros deserve to quit the World Series for their kick. Además de beisbol, también disfruto el futbol, ​​americano, basquetbol y casi cualquier otro juego que incluya un balón o una pelota. También soy músico amateur, gamer sin dinero y muy nerdo. Licenciado en periodismo por la Universidad de Guadalajara, graduated in 2017. Born in la capital mundial del camarón, Escuinapa, Sinaloa. Viví un tiempo en Australia; sobreviví a las arañas gigantes, a los demonios de tasmania y luche contra un kanguro y no morí en el intento.

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