Juan Soto (25, San Diego Padres), whose OPS dropped to 0.600 at the end of last month, is showing the standard of ‘all nom all’.

Soto recorded a batting average of 0.178, 4 home runs, 9 RBIs, an on-base percentage of 0.339, and an OPS of 0.684 in 26 games of the season until the 27th of last month (Korean time) against the Chicago Cubs.

Also, one of his biggest strengths, the walk/strikeout ratio, was 22 walks-29 strikeouts, which was not good compared to previous years. Last year’s record for Soto was 135 walks/96 strikeouts.

However, Soto recorded a batting average of 0.400, 2 homers, 9 RBIs, 5 runs, 16 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.547 and 1.247 OPS in 11 games. 13 walks and 7 strikeouts.

Although he is still lacking in the home run, his contact and pioneering plan have returned perfectly. It is the same as the appearance of Soto that everyone knows.

Soto only had a .242 batting average with the Washington Nationals and San Diego last year. He had a good starting line, but his contact was completely broken.

This behavior continued until the beginning of this season, and there were many opinions that Soto’s rejection of Washington’s super-large contract was the wrong choice. 토스카지노

But Soto has been proving himself lately that he’s still a hitter worthy of turning down a 15-year, $440 million contract.

Of course, in order to fully prove the above, we need the same grades as the last 2021 years. Soto had a batting average of 0.313, 29 home runs, and an on-base percentage of 0.465 with an OPS of 0.999.