PS The god of batting goes to Seager, ‘OPS 1.537’ Bonds in 2002?

Corey Seager (29, Texas Rangers), who showed great concern as he suffered a slump in batting after signing a huge contract last year, is showing the same performance as Barry Bonds in the past in the postseason.

Texas won both the American League Wild Card Series (ALWC) and Division Series (ALDS). 5 wins in 5 games. It appears to be in ruins.

Here, the harmony of the two batting served as the biggest driving force, and Seager’s power was the greatest in the batting lineup. Seager performed outstandingly in all five games.

First of all, Seager was blown away with 4 hits and 2 walks in the 2 ALWC games against the Tampa Bay Rays. He also had three doubles among his four hits.

Seager then hit 1 hit and 2 walks in Game 1 of the ALDS against the Baltimore Orioles, walked 5 in Game 2, and hit his first home run and 2 walks this postseason in Game 3.

Accordingly, in 5 games this postseason, Seager recorded a batting average of 0.429, 1 home run, 3 RBI, 6 runs, 6 hits, an on-base percentage of 0.680, and an OPS of 1.537. 11 walks here. 스포츠토토There were only two strikeouts.

This performance is reminiscent of Bonds’ performance on the postseason stage in 2002. The opposing team tried to block Seager’s bat with a walk, but failed.

Of course, the failure of the opposing team’s Seagure isolation operation was accompanied by the performances of Evan Carter, Josh Young, and Adolis Garcia.

Seager raised concerns last year, the first year of his contract, with a poor OPS of 0.772. 10 years – $325 million It was natural to be concerned as his performance in the first year of his contract was poor.

However, despite being injured this season, Seager played in 119 games and performed well with a batting average of 0.327, 33 home runs, 96 RBI, and an on-base percentage of 0.390 and OPS of 1.013.

Since then, Seager has appeared in the early stages of the postseason as if he were watching Bonds in 2002. To date, the god of postseason batting resides in Seager.

Now, Seager will lead Texas’ advance to the World Series in the American League Championship Series (ALCS), which will begin on the 16th.

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