Doosan’s batting average of 0.386 burned during the week

Doosan’s weekly team batting average, which won six games in six games last week, was 0.386, and the team OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage) was 1.055, showing off its overwhelming offense

In other words, the team that met with Doosan last week faced a lineup filled with league MVP-class players from No. 1 to No. 9.

Thanks to the strong bat that bombed the opponent’s mound for a week, Doosan’s batting index for the season also rose significantly.

The team’s batting average jumped to second place in the league with 0.285, and while using Jamsil Stadium, Seoul, the largest in the league, as its home, it ranks first overall with 46 team home runs.

Henry Ramos (32) is the one who showed a particularly scary swing like a “boss bear” at Doosan, where most of the main players showed a weekly batting average of well over 30%.

Ramos hit a batting average of 0.545 (12 hits in 22 times at bat) with two walks and two home runs last week, recording a weekly OPS of 1.628.

As a result, he succeeded in surpassing .300 with a batting average of 0.301 (34 hits in 113 times at bat), four homers and 26 RBIs.

Unlike in the early days of the season, when he was mentioned as a candidate for the “first replacement” due to his poor performance, the OPS has now risen to 0.852 and is recognized as a foreign hitter.

Ramos’ bat also turned sharply in the Jamsil game on the 12th, which swept both KT Wiz and doubleheader games.

In the first game of the doubleheader, he went 2 for 3, had one RBI with one double and one triple, and in the second game, he went 1 for 4, including a wedge two-run home run.

Doosan manager Lee Seung-yeop, who rarely complimented Ramos, welcomed it, saying, “Now, the look I expected when I first recruited him.”

“I’m happy to continue my team’s eight-game winning streak. I want to participate in more games and contribute to my team,” Ramos said after the game on Wednesday.

Ramos’ home run in the second game of the doubleheader proves his recent hitting sense.

Ramos pulled the outside changeup of kt starter Yuk Cheong-myung and passed it over the right fence of Jamsil Stadium.

It was a ball that was completely out of the strike zone, and it was pulled with force and sent 107.9m (based on the trackman).

“I was aiming for a fastball and got a breaking ball and controlled the bat, but luckily I moved on. I got a lot of sensation,” Ramos said confidently.

Ramos, who wore a Doosan uniform ahead of this season, suffered a severe slump with a batting average of 0.178 (8 hits in 45 times at bat) in 11 games since the opening game.

There was no home run, and the only long hit was two doubles and one triple.

Ramos was ordered to go to the second division on the 5th of last month, which is similar to the stage immediately before the replacement of foreign players.

He changed after returning from being in the second team for exactly 14 days.

He actively swung, and more and more long balls began to come out.

Ramos explained the reason for the rebound, saying, “The part I practiced steadily in the second division is doing well, leading to good results.”

Ramos, who says his family will visit Korea and play with a more comfortable mind, says he has more to show.

“Now I’ve got a little more than 100 at-bats. It’s too early to say that I’ve fully adapted to the Korean pitcher’s ball, but I’m going to bat more and get good results,” he said.

Ramos, who seemed to be on the loose in the team when he was sluggish, has now become one.

In the match against kt in Jamsil on the 12th, Yang Eui-ji greeted Ramos with a smile as he hit a home run in front of the home plate.

Ramos said with a smile, “I feel good because it means support. It’s okay to keep following along.”

BY : 메이저 토토사이트

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