Schwaber leads NL home run despite Mendoza line
Kyle Schwarber (29, Philadelphia Phillies), who is hitting “all or nothing,” took the lead in home runs in the National League with 12 arches in June alone in U.S. local time.
Schwaber started as a left fielder in a home game against
the Atlanta Braves at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the 1st.
Schwaber led the team to a 14-4 victory with his 23rd arch of the season.
The match was held on June 30, U.S. time. Therefore, the home run was included in the June home run.
Therefore, Schwarber became the monthly home run king by hitting 12 home runs in June alone.
He also tied for second place in the Major League with 23 games in the season and ranked first in the National League.
Schwaber had a batting average of 0.217, 23 home runs, 50 RBIs,
54 points and 60 hits, and an on-base percentage of
0.338 OPS 0.849 in 75 games of the season.
He has maintained his on-base percentage in the mid-30s with a lot of walks,
but his batting average remains in the Mendoza line. Of course, home run power is the best.
Schwaber had a batting average of 0.185 and an on-base percentage of 0.311 OPS 0.721,
before the start of June, but both his batting and on-base percentage have been on the upward curve since June.
In addition, Schwaber, who has been in his eighth year in the Major League,
hit 38 home runs in a season in 2019.
If he is in the current momentum, he can surpass this record enough.