Acuña, aiming for the ’40-40 club’… Not since Soriano in 2006, only 4 MLB players

It is not easy for a home run hitter to steal bases well in baseball.

Even 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases in a season is considered a great achievement. It is the ’20-20 Club’.

Joining the ’30-30 club’ is even harder. Joining the ’40-40 club’ is really difficult.

Only four players in major league history have joined the ’40-40 Club’. Barry Bonds, Jose Cansego, Alex Rodriguez, Alfonso Soriano). The last time Soriano achieved it was in 2006.

There is no Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB), and in the case of KBO, Eric Thames was the only one to achieve this record in 2015 with 47 homers and 40 stolen bases.

There is a player who challenges this record in MLB for the first time in 17 years. Ronaldo Acuna (Atlanta Braves) is the main character.

Right fielder Acuna recorded 11 home runs and 22 stolen bases in 51 team games as of the 28th (Korean time). At this rate, predicted he would hit 35 home runs and steal 70 bases.

Five homers short of joining the ’40-40 Club’. However, it seems possible to hit 40 home runs in the last minute.먹튀검증

Acuna failed to join the ’40-40 club’ in 2019 with 41 homers and 37 stolen bases. The stolen bases are sure to easily exceed 40 this year, but home runs are a problem.

Meanwhile, 43 players have joined the ’30-30 Club’ in MLB history, and they have set this record 65 times.

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