‘PS Hero’ Arozarena conquers the WBC, ‘Vertical activity’

Randy Arozarena (28), who holds the record for the most home runs in a single postseason, continued his strength in the big game by performing amazingly in the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC).

Arozarena recorded a batting average of 0.450, 1 home run, 9 RBIs, 8 runs, 9 hits, an on-base percentage of 0.607, and an OPS of 1.507 in 6 games until the quarterfinals against Japan on the 21st (hereinafter Korean time).

Although he lost the finish, he also achieved multiple on-base with one double and a walk in the quarterfinals against Japan on the 21st. He also hit home runs on defense.

With Arozarena’s performance, Mexico achieved much better results than originally expected, advancing to the semifinals. Arozarena played a key role in the Mexican lineup.

Arro Zarena made a strong impression on the people of Mexico with an amazing performance in his first tournament after acquiring Mexican citizenship last year.

This is a continuation of Arozarena’s performance in the postseason after his major league debut. Arozarena’s career postseason OPS reaches 1.121.

In particular, Arozarena hit a whopping 10 homers in 20 postseason games in 2020. This is the record for the most home runs in a single postseason in Major League Baseball.

Now, Arozarena is returning to his team,온라인카지노 the Tampa Bay Rays, to prepare for his fifth major league season. Arozarena hit 20 home runs last year.

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