The league has a 300 hitter .264 batting average and the top 10


The league has a 300 hitter .264 batting average and the top 10 batting average in the Pacific League is amazing


Only one batter has a batting average of .300 in the entire league. This is the case in the Japanese Professional Baseball (NPB) Pacific League, which is having an extreme “to-go-taker” season.

As of the 11th, Nippon Ham Fighters outfielder Matsumoto Gow (29) is ranked first in the Pacific League batting average with .36%. In 77 games, he had 102 hits in 283 at-bats, three home runs, and 30 RBIs. In the last six games, he has hit 11 hits in 21 at-bats and .524. Half of the season’s entire schedule (143 games) has passed, but he still continues his terrifying batting pace.

12 years of professional life in 2011. Did anyone expect Matsumoto to play this much this year? Until last year, he only filled the regulation at-bats once in 2017. He batted .274 with 110 hits, five home runs, and 37 RBIs in 115 games that year. He broke through the triple-digit hit for the second time in five years.

However, other than Matsumoto, there is no batting average of .300 among batters who have filled the regulation at-bats. Second-place Softbank Hawks infielder Imamiya Kenta (31) is recording 299. Imamiya, who had maintained a batting average of .300 since late April, went down to .20 with no hits in four at-bats against Nippon Ham on the 10th.

This year, Japanese professional baseball, especially the Pacific League, is continuing its all-time “to-go batting.”

Chiba Lotte Marines’ Sasaki Loki achieved a perfect game, while Softbank’s Higashihama Nao and Orix Buffaloes’ Yamamoto Yoshinobu made no-hit runs.

The pitchers are overwhelming the batters. The first to fourth place in the league’s ERA maintains one point, and the 13th place has two points.

Of course the hitters are struggling very much. Even if you hit .26 percent, you can be in the top 10 batting average. As of the 11th, Rakuten Eagles infielder Asamura Hideo is ranked 10th with .264. In the Central League, there are six .300 batters.

In the past, there was only one case of a .300 hitter in the entire league in Japanese professional baseball. Osadaharu recorded .325 in 1970, and Shigeo Nagashima recorded .32 in 1971. The two legends of the Yomiuri Giants became the only batters in the Central League with a batting average of .300 side by side.

However, in the Pacific League, which has traditionally been hit hard, there has been no season with only one .300 hitter 토토사이트

Meanwhile, in the KBO League, 18 out of 44 players who filled the regulation at-bats by the 11th hit 30%. The league has an average batting average of .256, and the LG Twins topped the list with .271

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