“Terror No. 1” Schwarber ended the season with a batting average of .197, 47 home runs, and 104 RBIs.
Phillies outfielder Kyle Schwarber completed the regular season on the 1st (2nd Japan time), finishing with a batting average of .197, 47 home runs, and 104 RBIs. This is the first time in history that he finished a season with a batting average of .100 and 40 home runs, and it has become a hot topic with comments such as “It’s a rare record!” “What’s going on with his results?” “It’s nothing short of romantic.”
Schwarber was the National League home run champion last season. He had a low batting average of .218 last season, but it was even lower this season. His batting average always remained in the 10% range from May 2nd (3rd) to September 10th (11th). His lowest batting average during the same period was .160. He had three hits in eight at-bats in a doubleheader on September 11th (September 12th), raising his batting average to .201, but he fell back into the .197 range and finished the season with a batting average of .197.
He hit 47 home runs, one more than last season, a career high. His strikeouts totaled 215, the worst in both leagues this season and fifth worst in history, but his walk count was 126, the second highest in both leagues. He had an on-base percentage of .343 and served as the No. 1 batter in 108 games. He is the second player in history to have a season batting average of less than .200 and an OPS of .800 or higher, following Joey Gallo in 2021 (.199 batting average, .808 OPS).
He also became the first player in history to have over 100 RBIs in a season with a batting average of .100, lower than the batting averages of Kyle Seager in 2021 (.212 batting average, 101 RBIs) and Max Muncy this season (.212 batting average, 105 RBIs). . On the internet, comments such as “Reminds me of Rance,” “This is interesting,” “This is nothing short of romantic,” “He’s become a legend,” “From now on, I have to say Schwarber, not Adam Dunn,” and “What is this batting record?” were comments about Ohtani. While winning the home run championship became a hot topic, some Japanese fans were quietly paying attention to the performance of “Roman Cannon.”
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