420 billion shortstop to ransom No 1 in the slugging RBI league after returning to IL


At this point, the ransom is not a waste. This is the story of Corrie Seager (29), a shortstop for the Texas Rangers in the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) who returned from injury.

Seager has a batting average of 0.365, 10 home runs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 1.075 in 43 games until yesterday (21st), our time.

Seager, who moved to the IL (Injured List) on April 12 with a left hamstring injury, has been hitting hard since his return on May 17. After returning from injury, Seager’s XBH (a long hit of double or more) and RBI are both the top of the league with 24 and 41, respectively.

During the same period, he also hit 41 hits, ranking second overall. After returning from injury, he became the best hitter in MLB.

The results of the last 15 games are even greater. With a batting average of 0.390 and 16 RBIs, the OPS reaches 1.184.

Seager is the biggest spender in Texas club history. Ahead of the 2022 season, he wore a 10-year, $325 million (W420 billion) Texas uniform.

Last year, the first year of the transfer, he had a batting average of 0.245, 33 home runs, and an OPS of 0.772 in 151 games, which was clearly regrettable considering that Seager signed Texas’s best contract and MLB shortstop TOP3 contract. However, he is performing well for his ransom this year.

Texas is leading the American League (AL) West with 45 wins and 28 losses (0.616) with Seager’s performance. The outlook for autumn baseball is bright enough to have a five-game gap between the second-ranked Houston Astros and the Los Angeles Angels 사설놀이터

Attention is focusing on whether Seager will be able to return Texas, which has not been on the postseason stage for six consecutive years since 2016, to fall baseball in seven seasons

420 billion shortstop to ransom No 1 in the slugging

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