There was no player like this in the history of the Dodgers, FA model student Freeman runaway… 12G 10 wins, 1st place again before I knew it, ‘solo posture’

The Los Angeles Dodgers began to dominate the National League (NL) West Division 1 spot. 10 wins and 2 losses in the last 12 matches. At the center of this is first baseman Freddie Freeman (34), who is in his second year of free agent transfer.바카라사이트

The Dodgers won an away game against the Texas Rangers in the 2023 major league held at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas on the 23rd (Korean time) with a 16-3 victory.

Texas was overwhelmed by the power of the batting line, which exploded 18 hits, including 5 home runs. Freeman drove 4 hits and 3 RBIs in 5 at-bats, including a home run in his 19th and 20th consecutive at-bats of the season, and David Peralta also posted 4 hits and 2 RBIs in 5 at-bats. Max Muncy also went evenly with 3 hits and 2 RBIs in 5 at-bats, including his 23rd home run of the season.

Freeman’s performance was decisive. After starting with a right-handed hit from his first at-bat in the first inning, Freeman scored a run away with a dominant solo shot in the third inning, leading 3–1. He then hit a home run with a superior two-run four in the fourth inning to increase the score to 7-1. He got his third 4-hit game of the season, adding a hit in the 8th inning.

‘’ said, ‘Freeman is recording a batting average of .4338 including 6 home runs in the last 12 games, and the Dodgers won 10 wins and 2 losses during this period. He said he became the first player in Dodgers history to hit 20 home runs and 35 or more doubles before the end of July.

He also became the first American/National League player to record 20 home runs, 35 doubles, 125 hits, 10 stolen bases, and 40 or more walks before the start of August. He is showing off his versatile abilities to the fullest, including his power, accuracy, pioneering eye, and stealing ability.

Freeman showed confidence, saying, “I’m not missing the ball I need to hit.” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts also said, “Freeman is one of the best hitters in the league and is an elite player. When he comes to the plate, he just sits down and enjoys it. Everyone is following him.”

Freeman signed a six-year, $162 million free agent contract with the Dodgers in March of last year. He left the Atlanta Braves, where he spent 12 years, to a new team, and his consistency continues. In 159 games last year, he played an active role with a batting average of 3.2 0.5 Lee (199 hits in 612 at-bats), 21 homers, 100 RBIs, and an OPS of .918. He ranked first in the NL in hits, on-base percentage (. 407), and doubles (47). He started all 97 games for the team this year and improved his performance with a .

Thanks to Freeman’s performance, the Dodgers are also on the rise in July (11-5, .688 win rate) and are marking the season with 57-40 losses (.588 win rate). After ranking first in the NL West on the 15th, the gap with the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants (54-45, .545 win rate), who tied for second place, widened to four games. Arizona and San Francisco have been slowing down with three or four consecutive losses recently. At some point, the Dodgers’ dominant system is flowing into the NL West. If the Dodgers win the district championship again this year, it will be the second consecutive year following last year and will sweep 10 of the last 11 years since 2013.

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