Masataka Yoshida (30, Boston Red Sox), who recorded his first multi-home run and grand slam at the same time since his major league debut, seems to be completely relaxed.
Boston had an away game against the Baltimore Orioles on the 25th (Korean time) at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Yoshida started as Boston’s fourth and left fielder that day and hit Baltimore’s starting pitcher Dean Cremer with hits to center field in both the first and third innings.
In the third at-bat in the sixth inning, Yoshida also hit Cremer with a hit to left field. With this, Yoshida recently recorded 5 consecutive hits and 3 consecutive multi-hits. 메이저사이트
In addition, with his third hit in the sixth inning, Yoshida achieved three hits in one game for the first time in 18 games since his major league debut. Recently, it shows a feeling of hitting that has risen.
Yoshida’s batting average and OPS dropped to 0.167 and 0.560 until the middle of this month, causing great disappointment, but he is showing his recent appearance in the WBC.
In the game on the 24th, he recorded his first multi-home run since his major league debut and even a home run. A batted ball is floating is a very positive sign.