He said it was difficult to determine the batting order and when he opened the lid of San Diego’s processed batters, he found a water bat
Before the season, San Diego Padres coach Bob Melvin screamed happily, saying it was not easy to set the batting order with the joining of Xander Bogartz and Fernando Tatis Jr.
Tatis Jr., Juan Soto, Bogartz, Manny Machado, Jake Cronenworth, Kim Ha-sung, Nelson Cruz, Matt Carpander…
However, when I opened the lid, it was a different situation. Bogartz had a batting average of 0.350 until April 20 (local time) by turning his bat fiercely at the beginning of the season, but later fell into a slump and hit only 0.153 from April 21 to May 12. The season’s batting average also dropped to .26 percent.
Soto is still unable to get out of his batting slump. There have been signs of a revival recently.
Machado, who signed a 10-year contract extension, is struggling with a batting average of 0.250 as if his tension has eased 토토추천
Kronenworth’s bat also cooled after signing an extension contract.
Kim Ha-sung said he adjusted to the fast ball last season, but he is struggling again this season.
Only “Returned Tanga” Tatis Jr. is holding a ransom. Although he cannot make a hasty judgment because he has just returned, he is considered to be doing his part so far.
The team is also struggling to maintain a winning rate of 50%.
Attention is focusing on when the San Diego lineup, which has become a “water bat,” will explode