Matt Olson (29), a slugger for the Atlanta Braves of the American Professional Baseball Major League, set a new club record for the most home runs.
Olson hit a solo home run in the top of the 6th inning when the team was down 4-5 in an away game against the Miami Marlins held at Londipo Park in Miami, Florida, USA on the morning of the 17th (Korean time).
Olson kicked Miami’s second pitcher, Stephen Okert’s first pitch, a 93 mph (approximately 149.7 km) fastball and went over the center fence. 52 home runs this season. 소닉카지노 With this, Olson broke the record for the most home runs (51 home runs) for the Atlanta club, set by Andrew Jones in 2005, for the first time in 18 years. Olson, who is leading the National League in home runs, also increased his RBIs to 129 on this day, making it clear that he will take first place in this category.
Atlanta, which confirmed first place in the National League’s Eastern Division, also surpassed 30 home runs for the season with Ozzie Albies hitting a two-run home run in the first inning. In Atlanta, five players, including Olsen, Olvis, Ronald Acuña Jr. (37 home runs), Austin Riley (36 home runs), and Marcell Osuna (34 home runs), hit more than 30 home runs. Atlanta is the first team to have five batters hit 30 or more home runs in a season since the Minnesota Twins in 2019. Atlanta lost 5-11 that day.