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MLB (US Professional Baseball) Atlanta Braves’ Ronald Acuña Jr. (26, Venezuela) achieved the record of 30 home runs and 60 stolen bases in a season for the first time in the 140-year history of the Major League. With bases loaded and one out in 온라인카지노 the top of the second inning of an away game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on the 1st (Korean time), Acuña Jr. caught a 151 km/h fastball thrown by opposing pitcher Lance Lynn and hit a grand slam that went over the left wall. His 30th home run of the season. He had recorded 29 home runs and 61 stolen bases until the previous day, and he made new history with this home run. In the top of the 9th inning, he came out with a heavy hit and stole second base, successfully stealing his 62nd base of the season. The Braves defeated the Dodgers 8 to 7.

Acuña Jr. reportedly married his longtime girlfriend the morning before the game and then played the game in the evening. He is said to have been in a relationship with his girlfriend, who won a local beauty pageant in Venezuela, for more than three years and held a small wedding at an undisclosed location. He and his lover already have two children.

In baseball, sluggers who hit a lot of home runs are often large and slow on their feet. So, there has never been a player who hit more than 30 home runs in a season and stole 60 bases at the same time. Narrowing down the scope, there are only two players in American history who have achieved 30 home runs and 50 stolen bases: Eric Davis in 1987 (37 home runs, 50 stolen bases) and Barry Bonds in 1990 (33 home runs, 52 stolen bases). In Korea, Lee Jong-beom (53), current LG coach, achieved 30 home runs and 64 stolen bases while playing for Haitai in 1997.

Acuña Jr., a candidate for this year’s National League MVP (Best Player), increased his chances of winning the award by setting a record. He is trying to hit 40 home runs and 60 stolen bases. There have been four records of 40 home runs and 40 stolen bases in MLB, but there has never been a 40 home run hitter with more than 50 stolen bases.

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