608 at-bats, 172 hits, 54 home runs, 139 RBIs, 127 runs, batting average 0.283, on-base percentage 0.389, OPS 0.993.
4 hits in 16 at-bats, 0 home runs, 0 RBI, 1 run, batting average 0.250, on-base percentage 0.294, OPS 0.544.
This is the record of the same batter. It’s hard to believe. A player who showed great performance in the regular season failed to show any strength in the postseason. Matt Olson of the Atlanta Braves, who was the overall home run king in the American professional baseball major league this season, bowed his head with his team’s postseason ‘flight’.스포츠토토
Olsen was on fire during this year’s regular season. In particular, he exploded with his slugging power and led Atlanta’s winning streak. He appeared in all 162 regular season games and hit 54 home runs. He also swept 139 RBIs. He stood tall as the best hitter, surpassing Shohei Ohtani (44 home runs, 95 RBI), who missed the end of the season due to injury.
Naturally, it was expected that the fire bat would be wielded at the fall festival as well. However, he remained silent until the end and was accused of being the main culprit for Atlanta’s elimination. He had just four hits in Games 1–4 of the National League Division Series against the Philadelphia Phillies. He produced no home runs or RBIs. Although he was placed in the central batting lineup, he failed to play the role of a problem solver and took responsibility for Atlanta’s elimination with 1 win and 3 losses.
From Game 1 to Game 4, he recorded 1 hit in 4 at-bats. In the first game at home, he played first base 3 times and recorded 1 hit in 4 at-bats, and the team lost 0-3. In Game 2, he switched to first base at number 4 and recorded 1 hit and 1 run in 4 at-bats. Atlanta seemed to take a breather by winning 5-4. However, in games 3 and 4, he appeared as the number 4 first baseman and once again finished with 1 hit in 4 at-bats. My heart pounded as Atlanta lost 2-10, 1-3.
Olson dreamed of avenging his loss in last season’s National League Division Series in this match against Philadelphia. Just like his last season, he was motivated by facing Philadelphia in the division series. Last season, he appeared in 4 games and recorded 4 hits in 12 at-bats, 2 home runs, 5 RBIs, 4 runs, a batting average of 0.333, an on-base percentage of 0.529, and an OPS of 0.833. He played decently, but couldn’t stop Atlanta from being outnumbered by 1-3. This season, they performed much worse than last year and had to watch the team fall behind with 1 win and 3 losses in the division series against Philadelphia for the second year in a row.