‘Bomber’ Alvarez hits 5th fastest home run ever

Jordan Alvarez (26, Houston Astros), who has the best batting ability, achieved 100 homers 5th fastest in major league history.

Houston had a home game against the Detroit Tigers at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas on the 4th (Korean time).

On this day, Alvarez started as Houston’s number 3, left fielder. Alvarez’s 100th home run came in the 5th inning when Houston trailed 1-4.

Alvarez hit Detroit reliever Jose Cisnero with 3 runs over the right-middle fence in the 5th inning, where he was trailing 1-4.

This was Alvarez’ second season home run and his 100th career home run. Alvarez hit 27 home runs in 2019, 1 in 2020, 33 in 2021 and 37 in 2022.

After this home run came out,토토사이트 sports channel ESPN mentioned that Alvarez’s 100th home run was the 5th fastest in major league history. It came out after 372 games.

Ryan Howard’s 325 games ranked first in this category. It is followed by Pete Alonso (347 games), Gary Sanchez (355 games), Aaron Judge (371 games) and Alvarez (372 games).

However, Howard, who ranked first in this category, retired after hitting 382 home runs as his performance plummeted from his early 30s. To hit 500 home runs, you must have destructive power, maintain your skills, and be healthy at the same time.

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