Ronald Acuna Jr. (26), who recently handed over the No. 0 spot in the National League Most Valuable Player (MVP) to Mookie Betts (31), is on the verge of writing the first ever record.

The Atlanta Braves had an away game against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field located in Denver, Colorado, USA on the 29th (hereinafter Korean time).

Acuña Jr., who started as Atlanta’s No. 1 and right fielder that day, added his 29th home run of the season and his 60th and 61st stolen bases, flying 4 hits in 5 at-bats, 5 RBIs, 4 runs and 1 walk.

Atlanta won 14-4 with multi-hits by Acuna Jr., Austin Riley, Marcel Osuna, Sean Murphy, Orlando Arcia and Michael Harris II.

Acuna Jr. recorded his 29th home run and 60-61 stolen bases this season. As a result, he occupied the 20 home run-60 stolen bases for the fourth time in major league history.먹튀검증

In addition, Acuna Jr. will now set a new record of 30 homers and 60 stolen bases for the first time in major league history by adding just one more home run. The chances of achieving this record are close to 100%.

Acuña Jr. started with a ground ball to third base in the first inning, but after getting a walk in the third inning and recording the first on base, he hit two runs over the right-middle fence in the fifth inning. A home run to make it 2-2 to 4-2.

Acuña Jr. succeeded in stealing second base after hitting a hit to center field in the 7th inning, and in the 8th inning, he also stole second base after a hit to right field. Added a double in the ninth inning.

In other words, he recorded 1 home run and 2 stolen bases in the game. As a result, the previous 28 home runs and 59 stolen bases became 29 home runs and 61 stolen bases. 30 home runs – 60 stolen bases with only one left.

In addition, Acuna Junior’s individual performance, which included 2 long hits, 4 hits, 5 RBIs and 4 runs, also increased significantly. Until this day, he had a batting average of 0.335, an on-base percentage of 0.418 and an OPS of 0.990.

Bryce Elder, who started as a starting pitcher for Atlanta, won 11 wins of the season with the help of the team’s batting line despite giving up 4 runs in 6 innings.

On the other hand, Carl Kerfman, who pitched 3 innings starting with 2 out in the 3rd inning as Colorado’s second pitcher, earned his 4th loss of the season with 3 runs in 3 innings.

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