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larry-jazz
The shock of being eliminated by the top team from 100 wins, the monster rookie shined brilliantly with an OPS of 1.158.
The Tampa Bay Rays, which won 100 games this year and ranked first in the American League win rate, were eliminated from the Division Series. Tampa Bay suffered a final defeat in Game 4 of the American League Division Series held at Fenway Park in Boston on the 12th.After winning the first game, they went down for three consecutive losses and suffered from being eliminated. They advanced to the World Series last year, and this year's 100-win team were eliminated in the first postseason series. However, Tampa Bay's exclusive rookie Wander Franco performed impressively in the first postseason of his debut. performed Franco played in 70 games in the regular season,batting 20.08 with 81 at-bats (81 hits in 281 at-bats), 7 homers, 39 RBIs, and an OPS of .810.In addition,he succeeded in getting on base for 43 consecutive games,setting the record for the under-20 tie in major league history.It was a tie record with Frank Robinson inducted into the Hall of Fame. He also showed great athleticism at shortstop, and showed the qualities that would make him a five-tool player at the major league level.The evaluation of being number one in the prospect was not a bubble. There was no pressure or tension in his first fall baseball.In the first game of Game 1 of the Division Series against Boston,he hit a double from first base to the left,leading to the first RBI.He hit a long hit from his first at bat, signaling the start of his postseason.Franco's first RBI at the age of 20 years and 220 days was the youngest record in 9 years since Bryce Harper (19 years 362 days) in 2012. He hit two at-four with two doubles in Game 1 and two at-bats and one home run in Game 2.He hit a solo homer in the eighth inning,trailing 2-4 in Game 3, setting the stage for a subsequent 4-4 tie. In Game 4 on the 11th, he hit Tanner Hauk's 95.6 mile first ball in the 6th inning, lagging 1-5, and hit a two-run home run in the chase that went over the fence. Franco performed well in four postseason games with 7 hits in 19 at-bats, a batting average of 3,068, a slugging percentage of .789, and an OPS of 1.158. He's a player I'm looking forward to more next year as he faces a full-time season.
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larry-jazz
The shock of being eliminated by the top team from 100 wins, the monster rookie shined brilliantly with an OPS of 1.158.
The Tampa Bay Rays, which won 100 games this year and ranked first in the American League win rate, were eliminated from the Division Series. Tampa Bay suffered a final defeat in Game 4 of the American League Division Series held at Fenway Park in Boston on the 12th.After winning the first game, they went down for three consecutive losses and suffered from being eliminated. They advanced to the World Series last year, and this year's 100-win team were eliminated in the first postseason series. However, Tampa Bay's exclusive rookie Wander Franco performed impressively in the first postseason of his debut. performed Franco played in 70 games in the regular season,batting 20.08 with 81 at-bats (81 hits in 281 at-bats), 7 homers, 39 RBIs, and an OPS of .810.In addition,he succeeded in getting on base for 43 consecutive games,setting the record for the under-20 tie in major league history.It was a tie record with Frank Robinson inducted into the Hall of Fame. He also showed great athleticism at shortstop, and showed the qualities that would make him a five-tool player at the major league level.The evaluation of being number one in the prospect was not a bubble. There was no pressure or tension in his first fall baseball.In the first game of Game 1 of the Division Series against Boston,he hit a double from first base to the left,leading to the first RBI.He hit a long hit from his first at bat, signaling the start of his postseason.Franco's first RBI at the age of 20 years and 220 days was the youngest record in 9 years since Bryce Harper (19 years 362 days) in 2012. He hit two at-four with two doubles in Game 1 and two at-bats and one home run in Game 2.He hit a solo homer in the eighth inning,trailing 2-4 in Game 3, setting the stage for a subsequent 4-4 tie. In Game 4 on the 11th, he hit Tanner Hauk's 95.6 mile first ball in the 6th inning, lagging 1-5, and hit a two-run home run in the chase that went over the fence. Franco performed well in four postseason games with 7 hits in 19 at-bats, a batting average of 3,068, a slugging percentage of .789, and an OPS of 1.158. He's a player I'm looking forward to more next year as he faces a full-time season.
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larry-jazz
The shock of being eliminated by the top team from 100 wins, the monster rookie shined brilliantly with an OPS of 1.158.
The Tampa Bay Rays, which won 100 games this year and ranked first in the American League win rate, were eliminated from the Division Series. Tampa Bay suffered a final defeat in Game 4 of the American League Division Series held at Fenway Park in Boston on the 12th.After winning the first game, they went down for three consecutive losses and suffered from being eliminated. They advanced to the World Series last year, and this year's 100-win team were eliminated in the first postseason series. However, Tampa Bay's exclusive rookie Wander Franco performed impressively in the first postseason of his debut. performed Franco played in 70 games in the regular season,batting 20.08 with 81 at-bats (81 hits in 281 at-bats), 7 homers, 39 RBIs, and an OPS of .810.In addition,he succeeded in getting on base for 43 consecutive games,setting the record for the under-20 tie in major league history.It was a tie record with Frank Robinson inducted into the Hall of Fame. He also showed great athleticism at shortstop, and showed the qualities that would make him a five-tool player at the major league level.The evaluation of being number one in the prospect was not a bubble. There was no pressure or tension in his first fall baseball.In the first game of Game 1 of the Division Series against Boston,he hit a double from first base to the left,leading to the first RBI.He hit a long hit from his first at bat, signaling the start of his postseason.Franco's first RBI at the age of 20 years and 220 days was the youngest record in 9 years since Bryce Harper (19 years 362 days) in 2012. He hit two at-four with two doubles in Game 1 and two at-bats and one home run in Game 2.He hit a solo homer in the eighth inning,trailing 2-4 in Game 3, setting the stage for a subsequent 4-4 tie. In Game 4 on the 11th, he hit Tanner Hauk's 95.6 mile first ball in the 6th inning, lagging 1-5, and hit a two-run home run in the chase that went over the fence. Franco performed well in four postseason games with 7 hits in 19 at-bats, a batting average of 3,068, a slugging percentage of .789, and an OPS of 1.158. He's a player I'm looking forward to more next year as he faces a full-time season.
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