The Collapse of MLB Christian Yelic was an undisputed player

The Collapse of MLB Christian Yelic

Christian Yelic

Christian Yelich (29) was an undisputed player.

Immediately after moving to Milwaukee, he won the MVP award (.326.402.598 36 home runs and 110 RBIs). Although he missed the National League Triple Crown, which he could have achieved in 81 years, he ranked second in the MVP voting (.329.429.671 44 home runs and 97 RBIs).

Yelich’s flamboyant wings captivated Milwaukee’s heart. Milwaukee replaced Yelich’s nine-year, $215 million contract. The choice was not easy for Milwaukee, which has a small market size. It is the largest team in the history of Ryan Bron’s five-year, $150 million in 2011, and Yelich did not insert a payment waiver (28 million) and an opt-out clause (including the right to deny all clubs trade). It is practically a lifetime contract.

Last year, it was an injury that blocked Yelich. On September 11, he was hit by a foul ball against Miami and fractured his right knee. Yelich missed all remaining games, including the postseason, but was confident that he would be back in time for the opening game next season.

The problem is that the opening game of next season was held long after. After a long tug-of-war between the secretariat and the players’ union, the 60-game season, which starts at the end of July, has been confirmed.

It was unclear how the unprecedented season in history would go. No one was sure whether a good player in the first half would be advantageous or a good player in the second half. But there was no reason to be against Yelich. Yelich, who has fully recovered due to the delayed opening, recorded 25 home runs and 14 steals in his team’s first 60 games last year. He was also considered a candidate for a .40 hitter because he was a good hitter with high accuracy and good at hitting. The fan graph prediction program ZiPS predicted Yelich’s performance to be .300.395.570 13 home runs, and Yelich was the only batter who predicted a batting average of .300 and at least 13 home runs  파워볼사이트

After finishing the opening game with no hits in four at-bats, Yelic made his first hit of the season the following day with a home run. It was seen as a sign of full-fledged performance. However, Yelic remained silent in the next four games. He got off to an embarrassing start with one hit in 27 at-bats (0.037) in his first six games of the season.

In his first 17 games in August, Yelic returned to his team with 17 hits in 59 at-bats and six home runs (0.28). OPS also recorded 1.103 during the same period. His season batting average remained at 0.209, but he seemed to be slowly recovering. However, he failed to hit and rise in the remaining 35 games.202.377.3685 home runs. Yelic’s batting average, which had been the No. 1 player in the regulation for the past two years (0.327), has plummeted to 0.205. Of the 238 players who had 400 at-bats in the previous season and more than 200 at-bats this season, Brian Reynolds was the only hitter with a bigger drop than Yelich.

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