‘TB’s Sadness’ Odds rate is 0.706, but the best 9 is ‘zero’, but maybe Diaz is￼
No matter how good a team is, fans are bound to find a star player.
It seems that the Tampa Bay Rays, who have been running for first place throughout this season, will not be able to upload a single player to the All-Star ‘Best 9’ selected by fan voting.토토사이트
As a result of the interim tally of the first All-Star fan vote announced by the Major League Baseball (MLB) on the 13th (hereinafter Korean time), there was no Tampa Bay player among the players with the most votes by position.
The American League (AL) players with the most votes by position are catcher Adley Luchman (Baltimore), first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Toronto), second baseman Marcus Simien (Texas), third baseman Matt Chapman (Toronto), and shortstop Bo Vichet (Texas). Toronto), designated hitter Shohei Ohtani (LA Angels), outfielders Aaron Judge (New York Yankees), Mike Trout (Angels), and Jordan Alvarez (Houston).
Among the Tampa Bay players, the most voted is first baseman Yandy Diaz. He received 533,179 votes, only 12,797 votes behind No. 1 Guerrero Jr. (545,976 votes). So far, Diaz is leading the way. He’s batting .313 with 12 homers, 34 RBIs, 43 runs scored and an OPS of .953. Guerrero Jr. has a batting average of 0.283, 9 homers, 40 RBIs, 31 runs scored, and an OPS of 0.799. Minus the RBI, Diaz is overwhelming. However, the fan heart is Guerrero Jr.
Following Diaz, Randy Arozarena took 4th place with 532,489 votes in the outfield category. It is about 40,000 votes behind Alvarez (571,986 votes) in third place. Shortstop Wander Franco, who is said to represent Tampa Bay, recorded 226,629 votes, one-fourth of Vichet’s (775,221 votes).
As of the 12th, Tampa Bay is 48-20 (0.706), ranking first in both leagues in win rate. It is the only 70% team.
Team OPS (0.813) 1st, team home runs (112) 2nd, team runs scored (391 points) 2nd, ERA (3.57) 3rd, team WHIP (1.20) 3rd, all indicators of airborne were at the top. It is maintained, but it is not attracting much attention from fans. It means that there is no big player who can shake the game.
Tampa Bay is a representative small market club, and contrary to performance, box office performance hovers around the bottom every year. That’s also true, Tampa Bay doesn’t catch them even if they become a free agent or trade them if they can emerge as superstars. It’s because the skyrocketing salary is burdensome.
Tampa Bay ace Shane McClarnahan is expected to play as an AL starting pitcher for the All-Star Game on the recommendation of the manager. AFP Yonhap News
This year’s Opening Day payroll is $73.28 million, ranking 28th, and the highest-paid player on the team is starting pitcher Zack Eflin, who earns $11 million. The top player in each team’s annual salary is usually more than 20 million to 30 million dollars.
The crowd mobilization this season is also not good. The average attendance at home games is 17,187, ranking 27th out of 30 teams. Last year, it was 28th with 13,927 people, and 29th with 9396 people in 2021. At least this year, the team’s performance skyrocketed and the box office performance recovered.
The Toronto Blue Jays, belonging to the same district, are behind Tampa Bay by 10.5 games with 37 wins and 30 losses, but they are producing as many as three players with the most votes. In the case of Judge, the “home run king,” who is absent due to a toe injury, he ranks first in the AL outfield category with 840,000 votes.
However, Tampa Bay seems to be able to produce starters in the pitching category, which are selected by the manager’s recommendation. This is because ace Shane Mcclanahan is likely to be selected as the AL starting pitcher. Mcclanahan is 10-1 with a 2.18 ERA.
No matter how good a team is, fans are bound to find a star player. It seems that the Tampa Bay Rays, who have been running for first place throughout this season, will not be able to upload a single player to the All-Star ‘Best 9’ selected by fan voting.토토사이트 As a result of the…