Japan’s 120.6 billion hitter & 114 billion pitcher, MLB.com Rookie of the Year ranked 6th and 7th… Decreased ranking from previous ranking

Masataka Yoshida (30) of the Boston 토토사이트Red Sox and Senga Kodai (30) of the New York Mets were named in the Major League Rookie of the Year rankings. 

On the 2nd (Korean time), MLB.com, the official major league media, released the second rookie race power ranking this season. Both Yoshida and Senga, who were in the top 5 in the last ranking, have dropped in ranking. 

Yoshida, who signed a 5-year, 90 million dollar (approximately 120.6 billion won) contract with the Cubs this season, struggled a bit in the beginning of the season, but recently recovered his performance by hitting hits in 11 consecutive games. In 24 games, he is batting 2.8 6 Lee (26-for-91) with 4 home runs and 17 RBIs for an OPS of .850. However, the rookie power rankings fell from 5th to 6th. 

MLB.com said, “Yoshida had a batting average in the Mendoza line until the 22nd, and the pace was not good. However, he was included in the rankings for almost two weeks, raising his performance to the expected level, showing excellent on-base ability and decent power. Considering his age (almost 30 years old), he is more likely to be a more stable player than other rookies.”

Senga, who signed a 5-year, 85 million dollar (114 billion won) contract with the Mets this season, also ranked 4th in the last ranking, but recently recorded sluggish pitching and fell to 7th in this ranking. His performance this season is 3 wins and 1 loss in 5 games (26 innings) with an earned run average of 4.15. 

MLB.com said, “Unlike Yoshida, who came with him from Japan, Senga got off to a good start but cooled down pretty quickly. He has allowed 10 runs and 12 walks in his past three starts. Even, of the teams Senga faced, there was only one team that did not make it into the bottom five in points per game. That doesn’t mean he can’t play in the major leagues. You can see what excites the Mets when he comes to the mound. But he has to throw more strikes and digest more innings.” 

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