OPS 1.185 ‘Aiming the 3rd MVP’ to Harper in ‘Promised June’

“The Promised June” is not just for Shohei Ohtani. Bryce Harper (32, Philadelphia Phillies) has been showing off his amazing batting performance this month.

Harper had a batting average of 0.303, 19 home runs, 56 RBIs, 51 runs and 83 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.401 OPS of 0.977 in 73 games of the season until the 25th (Korea time).

Harper also hit a home run and two doubles in the game against the Detroit Tigers on Saturday. He had three hits, five RBIs and three runs from five times at bat. Harper led his team to victory with amazing batting performance.

Harper previously recorded a batting average of 0.270 and an OPS of 0.895 for the season until the last game last month. In other words, his batting performance sharply increased this month.

Harper has displayed outstanding performance in 20 games held this month, with a batting average of 0.385 and an on-base percentage of 0.467 OPS of 1.185. He and Ohtani are expected to compete for the Player of the Month. 토토사이트 순위

He is still lagging behind Ohtani in overall performance. However, Harper is playing first base, not as a designated hitter this season. He played 72 games at first base and one game as a designated hitter.

If the batting performance can’t determine the superiority and inferiority, the player who looks at the defense gets a good evaluation. This is evidenced by the fact that there is no designated hitter MVP yet.

Harper has been considered a strong MVP candidate even before the opening of this season. Notably, since Mookie Betts’ departure, he has been forming the top two along with Ohtani.

Unlike Ohtani, the designated hitter, Harper is watching the defense on first base. If he continues his batting performance, he is expected to take a step closer to his third MVP.

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