Record low cost and high efficiency’ Alvis, again ‘30 home runs and 100 RBI


‘Another little giant’ Aji Albis (26, Atlanta Braves) is showing surprising low cost and high efficiency. He hit 30 home runs and -100 RBI for the second time in his career.

Atlanta played an away game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on the 22nd (Korean time).

Albies, who started as Atlanta’s No. 2 and second baseman on this day, led the team to a 10-3 victory with 4 hits in 6 at-bats, 4 RBIs, and 2 runs, including his 32nd home run of the season.

Accordingly, Alvis recorded a batting average of 0.274, 32 home runs, 103 RBI, 89 runs, 153 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.328 and an OPS of 0.837 in 139 games of the season until this day.

This is his second 30 home run-100 RBI season. Previously, Alvis recorded 30 home runs and 106 RBI in the 2021 season. There are also two other 20 home run seasons.

Alvis has a small body with a height of 173cm and a weight of 74kg. His physique is quite small in the major league where there are many players over 190 cm tall.

However, from 2018, when he became a full-time major leaguer, to this season, Alvis has hit over 20 home runs in four out of six seasons. One season was a shortened season, one season was an injury.

What’s even more surprising is Alvis’ annual salary. Atlanta is hiring Albies for only $7 million. Albies will only receive $7 million per year until the 2027 season.레모나토토

This is because Alvis signed a 7-year contract worth $35 million with Atlanta. This is called one of the most club-friendly contracts in the major leagues.

And now, with his four RBIs, Albies is hitting career highs in all of his major metrics. Attention is being paid to how far Alvis’s run will continue.

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