New York-DJ LeMahieu is about to enter the Major League Baseball for more than a century. This is the first player to win the undisputed batting championship in the United States and the national league.
Luke Voit (Luke Voit) is about to become a more common name on the leaderboard, but also part of the outstanding figures, joined with the New York Yankees Bebe Ruth, Lou Grieg, Joe Dima Joe, Mitch Mantel, Roger Maris and Alex Rodriguez became the New York Yankees of the home run grand slam.
The Yankees woke up from the recent downturn, defeated the Miami Marlins 11-4 on Saturday and maintained their position as the fifth seed in the league until the last day, Voight said: “I I have always admired Beibei.”
Voit hit his 22nd home run for the major league lead. Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox ranked second with 19 points.
LeMahieu scored his fourth four-game winning streak and three RBIs while increasing his average to .359. He surpassed Juan Soto (.346) of Washington to take the lead in the major leagues, and he won the position of Tim Anderson (Tim Anderson) of the White Sox defending the AL batting champion, winning the AL at .337 Ranked second.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone said: “This game has been around for a long time, and I think anyone knows how special a player DJ LeMahieu is to us in these two years.”
LeMahieu won the 2016 NL batting championship and Colorado averaged 0.348 points. Ed Delahanty (Ed Delahanty) won the .410 Philadelphia Phillies (Philadelphia Phillies) won the NL championship in 1899; some researchers attributed his 1902 AL championship with .376 to him, while others People accepted Nap Lajoie’s .378 to win this title, despite the lack of the modern appearance of the board.
Marlins manager Don Mattingly, who served as the AL batting champion for the Yankees in 1984, said: “You didn’t win batting championships in either league because you might win in one league. “Now it’s another game.”
LeMahieu is a 32-year-old infielder. In the Yankees’ second season, he will become New York’s first batting champion since Bernie Williams in 1998.
Voit and Nick Vincent had a three-game winning streak, leading 10-3 with a 7-6 advantage. Despite a foot injury, he has made 38 consecutive starts, including 19 first base.
Voight said: “I have been trying to make myself a better hitter, this year is another stepping stone for me.” “I have always been a boy, high school, college, minor. I play things. I am a grinder. I want to be there. I want to help a team, especially when we were injured at the beginning of this year. So I have to do all the things that need to be done, so I make sure I get a lot of treatment from all the trainers and work hard Stay ahead so that I can play a role instead of killing me.”
Yankees rookie Deivi Garcia (3-2) scored 4 runs and 7 hits in 6 innings with 7 strikeouts and walks. Boone has not yet announced that Garcia or the left-handed Harp will follow Gerrit Cole and Masahiro Tanaka as the starters of the playoffs.
In preparation for the possible first-round playoff series in Cleveland or Tampa Bay, the Yankees (33-26) tried to postpone third place Toronto (32-27) and maintain fifth place. The season in New York flows and drifts like a tide: it started 16-6, followed by a 5-15 decline, 10 consecutive victories and 5 turnovers in 6 consecutive victories.
New York trailed 3-0 to Tyler Wade’s two-run homer against Ryne Stanek in Game 5, while Aaron Hicks faced Yankee Stephen in Game 6. Tapley (2-2) made a two-base home run to lead 5-3.
Since April 1-5, 2014, Wade’s home run ended the Yankees’ fifth homeless winning streak on the second deck of the right. According to data from the Elias Sports Bureau, they scored nearly half of their 315 points, or 156 points out of 315.
Wade said after scoring a home run for the third time this season: “Any spark that moves us forward, especially tomorrow’s final game is about to enter the playoffs.”
Giancarlo Stanton (Giancarlo Stanton) made 1 of 21 shots, had 12 strikeouts, then doubled at 113 mph to reach fifth place and scored in a tie with Aaron Jia Aaron Judge’s height enters the left center.
Voight said: “I think we are always a stone’s throw away.” “We only need to get that to move us forward.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.