Cubs score most points in 126 years…There’s a reason why we did “Buyer” without MVP

The rise of the American Major League Baseball (MLB) Chicago Cubs is not unusual.

The Cubs won a great 16-6 victory 토토사이트 in the Chicago home game against the Cincinnati Reds today (3rd). Following yesterday’s 20-9 victory, they stormed the Cincinnati mound two days in a row.

The 36 points scored in the two games alone were the most points scored in two days in Cubs franchise history since 35 on June 2-3, 1897. This is a new record in 126 years.

In fact, the Cubs are shaking the game of the National League (NL) Central District with a bat on fire. They’ve won 12 of their last 15 games and are putting pressure on the NL Central with a 55-53 season record. The gap to leader Cincinnati is now only 2.5 games.

With their recent upswing, the Cubs have completely revised their season plan. Initially, as a seller (seller), I thought of selling the main players ahead of FA (free agent), but as it became possible to challenge for No. 1 in the district, I changed my position to a buyer (buyer).

In fact, the Cubs retained center fielder Cody Bellinger (28) from the NL MVP (Most Valuable Player), who was a hot sale at the trade deadline, and instead went into reinforcement for a vulnerable position. On the 31st of last month, he acquired third baseman Jamer Candelario (29) from the Washington Nationals and strengthened his batting line. The Cubs, who were trying to fertilize the prospect farm by selling Bellinger, instead sent the team’s No. 14 (Kevin Maid) and No. 16 prospect (DJ Hertz) to Washington.

To date, this decision is appearing with great success. Bellinger, who won the ‘Player of the Month’ for the first time since April 2019, is still showing off his batting ability, and Candelario is showing a cartoonish performance of 8 hits in 9 at bats in 2 games after the transfer.

Current Cubs roster hitters with a wRC+ (adjusted scoring production capacity) of 110 or higher, 10% more productive than league average, include Candelario and Bellinger, second baseman Christopher Morel (24), catcher Miguel Amaya (24), and catcher Miguel Amaya (24). Shortstop Dansby Swanson (29), outfielder Mike Tuchman (32), outfielder Ian Happ (28) and third baseman Patrick Wisdom (31). It is truly a formidable line.

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