A monster rookie. Two games into his major league debut, he hit a big home run. He even hit his fastest triple all season.스포츠토토
Cincinnati Reds rookie Ellie de la Cruz showed off her talent in just two games in the big leagues. De La Cruz started as shortstop at number 4 in the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers held at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati on the 8th (hereafter Korean time).
He faced Dodgers starter Noah Syndergaard with two out and second base in the first inning, trailing 0–2. Following the foul on the first pitch, De La Cruz threw a 92-mile fastball into the high course on the second pitch and passed it over the right fence.
It was a large home run gun with a distance of 458 feet (139.6 m). The batting speed was 114.8 miles (184.7 km), and I felt it was a home run the moment I hit it. The local broadcaster burst into exclamation, “Oh, my God,” the moment De La Cruz hit.
MLB.com said, “De la Cruz, who was famous for his amazing exit speed and home run distance in the minor leagues, did not disappoint his first major league home run with an exit speed of 114.8 miles (184.7 km) and a distance of 458 feet (139.6 m).” told
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After one out in the 3rd inning, he pulled Syndergaard’s 77 mph curveball in the ball count 2B-2S and hit a long hit that cut through the middle right. De la Cruz sprinted around second base and ran to third base.
According to MLB.com, De La Cruz reached third base from home in 10.83 seconds after hitting. This is the fastest triple hit in the majors this season. As a five-tool player, he showed off his power and speed in his first two games.
De La Cruz, who made his big league debut against the Dodgers on the 6th, recorded his first big league hit, a double. However, his exit velocity was 112 mph (180 km), a long hit that split right-to-middle. He had the fastest exit velocity of any Cincinnati hitter this season.
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De la Cruz, a 196cm tall infielder from the Dominican Republic, joined Cincinnati in 2018 on an international contract. He is ranked #4 overall and #1 in Cincinnati on this year’s MLB Pipeline Prospects list. De La Cruz is quick on his feet, has power, and is capable of infield utility as a third baseman and shortstop on defense.
De La Cruz played in 120 games in High Single-A and Double-A last year, posting a batting average of .304 with 28 homers, 86 RBIs, 87 points and 47 stolen bases for an OPS of .945. He started 38 games at Triple-A this year, posting a .297/.398/.633 slash line and 12 homers, 36 RBIs and 11 stolen bases for a 1.031 OPS.