Luis Araes, the ‘hitting machine’ of the Miami Marlins of the American Professional Baseball Major League, raised his batting average by recording 4 hits in the game. He activated his characteristic driving mode again and recently swung a fire bat, raising his season batting average to 0.355.
Araes started as the number one hitter and second baseman in the away game against the Washington Nationals held at National Park in Washington, D.C. on the 3rd (Korean time). He led Miami to an 11-5 victory, going 4-for-5 with two RBIs and one run scored.바카라사이트
He completely escaped his slump. He completely regained his batting skills in this three-game series against Washington. He heralded a revival by going 2 hits in 5 at-bats on the 1st and scoring multiple hits in 15 games. On the 2nd, he showed an upward trend with 2 hits in 4 at-bats, 1 walk, and 2 runs scored, and smiled brightly as he drove in 4 hits that day.
Araes has consistently produced hits since the beginning of the season and is looking at a batting average of over .400 for the season. He fell into a slump after the All-Star break and fell to the .340 range. He’s gone 8-for-13 in his last three games, bringing his batting average back up to .355. He widened the gap with the second-ranked players, increasing his chances of becoming the batting champion.
However, you still must not let down your guard. This is because a new powerful ambush has appeared, and the other pursuers are also showing good striking skills. Corey Seager of the Texas Rangers, who recently entered regulation at-bats, entered the official rankings with a score of 0.341. Freddie Freeman of the LA Dodgers (0.338) and Ronald Acuña Jr. of the Atlanta Braves (0.337) are also following suit.
Meanwhile, Miami won three consecutive games against Washington and maintained third place in the National League East Division with 69 wins and 67 losses. Ranked 5th in the National League wild card race. They continued their chances of winning a comeback by chasing the 3rd place Arizona Diamondbacks, the San Francisco Giants (70 wins, 66 losses), and the 5th place Cincinnati Reds (71 wins, 67 losses), which were the Maginot Line, by one game.