Healthy Stanton is the strongest power hit home run RBI
It is reminiscent of the time when Giancarlo Stanton (31), who leads the New York Yankees’ lineup with autumn baseball just around the corner, won the MVP in the past.
The New York Yankees played an away game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, on the 27th (Korea Standard Time).
The New York Yankees beat Boston 6-3 with pitching and hitting harmony and rose to the top of the American League wild card with 89 wins, 67 losses, and a winning rate of 0.571.
He has won six consecutive games and swept three consecutive games against Boston. Stanton’s performance was absolute here. Stanton had seven hits (three home runs) and 10 RBIs in three consecutive games against Boston.
He had three hits and four RBIs in five at-bats in the first game, two hits and four RBIs in three at-bats in Game 2, and two hits and two RBIs in four at-bats in Game 3. He also added one home run each game.
Current Major League Baseball’s most unusual low launch angle. Nevertheless, a batted ball has the power over the fence. On top of that, recently, the accuracy of hitting.
This is reminiscent of his performance in 2017 when he became the National League MVP. At that time, Stanton topped the category with 59 home runs and 132 RBIs.
Stanton performed well on the postseason stage last year. He hit six home runs in a total of seven games, boasting amazing long hits.
The New York Yankees are now set to play three consecutive away games against the Toronto Blue Jays from the 29th and three consecutive home games against the Tampa Bay Rays from October 2nd.
It would be Stanton who leads the New York Yankees lineup in this game as well. Attention is focusing on whether healthy Stanton’s performance will lead the New York Yankees to the postseason stage.