Player of AL Lee Ju

Jose Miranda (Minnesota Twins), who set the record for 12 consecutive hits in 12 times at bat, was selected as Lee Ju-yi of the American League (AL) in the Major League Baseball (MLB).

The MLB Secretariat said on the 9th (Korea time) that “Miranda in the AL and Brenton Doyle (Colorado Rockies) in the National League (NL) were selected as the most outstanding players for the week.”

Miranda has maintained a batting average of 0.700 (14 hits in 20 at-bats) in six games from May 3 to May 8. His on-base plus slugging percentage (OPS) is 1.777. Notably, Miranda had 12 hits in consecutive times at bat from the game against the Detroit Tigers on May 4 to the game against the Houston Astros on May 7, setting a new MLB record. Having 12 hits in consecutive times at bat is the first real record in 72 years. The record was achieved by Johnny Kling in 1902, Pinky Higgins in 1938, and Wilts Droffo in 1952.토토사이트 모음

Doyle maintained a batting average of 0.524 (11 hits in 21 at-bats), four homers, nine RBIs and an OPS of 1.886 in six games. Eight of the 11 hits he had were long balls (four doubles and four homers).

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