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Shohei Ohtani’s “1.93”, Tigers’ “3.34” “Crazy numbers” featured by MLB official | Full-Count

Shohei Ohtani’s “1.93”, Tigers’ “3.34” “Crazy numbers” featured by MLB official | Full-Count
Shohei Ohtani’s “1.93”, Tigers’ “3.34” “Crazy numbers” featured by MLB official | Full-Count

“20” of Ya Army Judge, “21” of former cage helper…

As the season approaches its climax, the official MLB website is introducing the numbers left by teams and players in this season’s MLB as “mad numbers for the 2022 season”. A total of 22 items are listed, including Angels pitcher Shohei Ohtani’s “1.93” and Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge’s “20.”

A figure of “1.93” was introduced for Otani. This is the ratio of the number of slugging hits Ohtani has allowed as a batter to the number of slugging he has allowed as a pitcher in the last two seasons. Over the last two seasons, he has slugged out 147 as a hitter, but allowed just 76 as a pitcher, nearly twice as many as he allowed.

“It’s a number that is generally not mentioned because before Ohtani there was never any need to look into this nonsense. But again, this is probably the greatest baseball talent of all time.” “That’s one way to explain how great two seasons are.”

Judge’s number of 20 is behind outfielder Kyle Schwarber, who is second in homers in the league overall. Judge has hit 60 home runs so far, which is a number that shows the overwhelming amount of pushing away the second place and below.

It also introduces the number “3.34” of the Tigers, which sinks to the bottom of the American League Central Division. That’s points per game, and only the Mariners (3.17) in 2010 and the Athletics (3.28) in 1978 are lower than that in the American League with a DH system. In addition, former Orix infielder Joey Meneses, who made his major debut with the Nationals in August this season, hit 21 long hits in about a month and a half, and signed a large contract with the Rockies last off. Infielder Chris Bryant introduces numbers such as “0” for the number of home runs hit at home base Coors Field.

(Full-Count editorial department)


The article is in Japanese

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