’20 games 9 HR’ Alonso? Faster than Judge and equal to Bones

 The record for most home runs in a season in the major leagues was 73, which Barry Bonds hit with the help of ‘steroids’ in 2001.

Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees, who hit 62 home runs last year, the most in the American League, is a record that could not even be attempted. In the ‘clean era’ past the ‘steroid era’, Bonds’ home run record is bound to be considered impregnable. This means that regardless of whether records are worth acknowledging, it is only in terms of numbers.

Is ’73’ really a number that can’t be reached? New York Mets big shot Pete Alonso is drawing attention as he is showing an unusual home run pace in the early season.

Alonso hit his ninth home run of the season in an away game against the San Francisco Giants held at Oracle Park in San Francisco on the 21st (Korean time). It is the most home runs in April in Mets history.

In the top of the 4th inning, when the score was 0-0, Alonso lightly pulled the inside sinker at 92.6 mph on the 6th pitch against San Francisco starter Sean Mania and lightly crossed the left wall as Francisco Lindor reached base with a hit ball. He had a launch angle of 25 degrees, an exit velocity of 104 mph, and a distance of 366 feet.

The Mets scored five runs in the fourth inning with Alonso, Eduardo Escobar’s two-run homer and Brandon Nemo’s timely double, and took the win.

In the 7th inning with a lead of 6-4, Alonso hit 2 RBIs on 2nd and 3rd base, widening the score to 8-4, putting a wedge in the game. On this day, Alonso swung a hard hit with 2 hits and 4 RBIs in 4 at-bats. The Mets won 9-4, and Alonso’s go-ahead home run in the 4th was the final blow.

He is the sole leader in home runs in both leagues. Alonso, who recorded a batting average of 0.286 (22 hits in 77 at-bats), 19 RBIs, and 17 runs scored, and an OPS of 1.024, ranked second in the NL in RBI, second in runs scored, and eighth in OPS.

If Alonso’s current pace, which has played in all 20 games played by the team, is applied to the entire season, it is calculated that he has hit 73 home runs. Coincidentally, this is Bonds’ 2001 record.

We looked at the number of home runs in the first 20 games (team basis) of previous home run hitters.

Last year, Judge hit six home runs in his first 20 games of the season. Judge picked up his pace from May and was able to set the AL record for most home runs. He hit 12 each in May, 11 in June, and 13 in July, and hit 11 homers in his final 30 games of the season, keeping the pace relatively well through the end of the season. Judge played in 157 games, his most in a season, so he managed his stamina well.

Bonds hit nine home runs in his first 20 games of the 2001 season. Bonds from 21 years ago and Alfonso now are on the same pace. Of course, records with an ‘asterisk’ are also records, asking whether it is necessary to consider the records of the era of steroids around 2000 as something that today’s home run hitters should break. The record for most home runs in a season is undoubtedly Bonds’ 73.

Looking at the number of homers in 20 games of the season by other major home run hitters, Mark McGwire, who hit 70 home runs in 1998, had 9, and Sammy Sosa, who hit 66 home runs the same year, had 3. Roger Maris, who hit 61 homers in 1961, hit 3, and Babe Ruth, who hit 60 in 1927, hit 6 each.

Alonso hit 7 home runs in his first 20 games of the season as he hit 53 home runs, the most by a rookie in 2019. He hit 3 home runs when he hit 40 home runs last year and 5 home runs when he hit 37 home runs in 2021.메이저사이트

Alonso’s strength is that he has a strong body. Since his major league debut, he has been on the disabled list just once. In May 2021, I was only in IL for 10 days with a right hand sprain. To set records, you must first play in as many matches as possible. Alonso played in 161 games in 2019 and 160 last year. He can be seen as a player who covers almost the entire game.

It is necessary to pay close attention to Alonso’s home run pace for the time being.

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