Will the MVP of the National League eventually become a family fight? Matt Olsen (28, Atlanta Braves), who has reserved a career high, continues to run.
Olsen recorded a batting average of 0.264, 39 homers, 97 RBIs, 84 runs, 109 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.370 OPS of 0.975 in 109 games until the 7th (Korean time).토토사이트
In response, Olson tied his record for most home runs in a season, which he set in 2021. He also approached Shohei Ohtani (29), the major league homer leader, by one car.
Olsen recorded 8 home runs and 1.093 OPS last month, greatly improving his season performance. This sprint continues this month as well.
As a result, Olsen’s season OPS is gradually increasing. To this day he is looking above 1.000 at 0.975. It has already exceeded 0.911 in the last 2021 season.
If Olsen continues this streak, he could be Ronald Acuna Jr.’s (26) strongest contender for MVP. Olsen is currently on a 57 home run pace.
Of course, Freddie Freeman and Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers are also potential MVP contenders. So far, if three players have competed, Olsen has been added to this.
If Olsen continues this momentum and beats Ohtani to become the overall home run king in the major leagues, winning the MVP award is never a dream either.
Attention is focusing on how far Olsen’s amazing run, which has reached a career high season in the second year of a long-term contract with Atlanta, can continue.