‘Little Giant’ Albis, second baseman’s home run No. 1 ‘Low-cost, high-efficiency man’

Another ‘little giant’, Aji Albis (26, Atlanta Braves), considered one of the best team-friendly contracts in the major leagues, is taking off.

Albis recorded a batting average of 0.269, 17 homers, 52 RBIs, 36 runs, an on-base percentage of 0.322, and an OPS of 0.831 in 72 games until the 19th (Korean time).

In particular, Albis recorded 3 hits and 4 RBIs, including 3 points, 17 homers, and 4 RBIs against the Colorado Rockies on the 19th, leading the team’s 6-game winning streak.

Accordingly, Albis is recording a batting average of 0.333, 6 homers, 16 RBIs, 13 points, 20 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.414 OPS of 1.080 in 16 games this month.

Albis had not bad results with OPS of 0.792 and 0.729 in April and May, and this month, he is showing the highest level beyond All-Star.

This is the record for the 1st in home runs and 3rd in OPS among major league second basemen. Alvis is sprinting towards a career high on offense. Alvis hit 30 homers in the 2021 season.

Even more surprising is the content of Alvis’ contract. Atlanta and Albis have contracts up to the 2027 season. A 7-year, $35 million contract signed in 2019.메이저놀이터

This is considered one of the most club-friendly contracts of all current major league players. Alvis’ salary this season is just $7 million.

It is noteworthy whether Albis, who is considered the most club-friendly contract in the major leagues, will help the team win the World Series by writing a career high through his steady performance.

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