‘High sensitivity bat’ Freeman, 9th ‘NL Player of the Week’ in his career
Freddy Freeman (34, LA Dodgers), who is aiming for his second National League Most Valuable Player (MVP), has been named the hottest National League player for the past week.
The Major League Secretariat announced on the 8th (Korean time) that Freeman was selected as the National League Player of the Week. This is his ninth career award.스포츠토토
Previously, Freeman had won the award three times last year. Freeman is also a player who has won the National League Player of the Month award three times.
Freeman flew with a batting average of 0.500, 2 homers, 7 RBIs, 8 runs, 13 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.536 OPS of 1.459 in 6 games over the past week. 3 stolen bases here.
In particular, in the three consecutive matches against the Oakland Athletics held from the 2nd to the 4th, he boasted an amazing hitting feeling with 4 hits-3 hits-3 hits.
As a result, Freeman’s season OPS exceeded 1.000. Until the last 7 days, he had a batting average of 0.339, 23 homers, 80 RBIs, an on-base percentage of 0.416 and an OPS of 1.011, making it a performance worthy of MVP.
If Freeman is named National League MVP, it will be the second time in his personal career since last 2020, a shortened season. It is also expected to ease the regret of the shortened season.
Of course, Freeman will have to beat teammate Mookie Betts and current No. 0 Ronald Acuna Jr. to win MVP.