Did Christian Yelich (32, Milwaukee Brewers), who was the best player (MVP) who showed only disappointing performances for three consecutive seasons after the 2019 season until last year, finally survive?

Yelich recorded a batting average of 0.287, 11 home runs, 45 RBIs, 65 points, 90 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.381 OPS of 0.840 in 84 games until the 7th (Korean time).카지노사이트

Compared to his heyday, he is still lacking in slugging power. However, Yelich started with an OPS of 0.842 in May and showed a sharp rise to 0.912 last month.

In particular, this month, he is showing amazing figures such as batting average of 0.450 and OPS of 1.392. On the 7th, against the Chicago Cubs, he hit his 10th home run of the season.

Yelich is also doing his part in running base play, recording 21 stolen bases (2 missed) so far. the prospect of surpassing his own record of 30.

If Yelich can continue the momentum of last June and earlier this month, he will be able to end his last three seasons of failure.

Yelich won the MVP award in the 2018 season with 36 home runs and an OPS of 1.000, and the 2019 season also flew with 44 home runs and an OPS of 1.100.

However, Yelich has been downhill since the 2020 season when he signed a nine-year, $215 million contract. He has only hit 35 home runs -OPS of .745 in his last three seasons.

As a result, Yelich used to be named in major league representative malicious contract cases. Attention is focusing on whether Yelich can clear this stigma starting this season.

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