Upgraded Ohtani, 6th place in the MLB starting pitcher rankings… 1st is Burns

Shohei Ohtani (LA Angels), who doubles as a pitcher, has risen to 6th in the Major League (MLB) starting pitcher rankings. 온라인카지노

On the 2nd (Korean time), MLB Network ranked Ohtani in 6th place while selecting the top 10 starting pitchers for 30 clubs.

This ranking was based on the player’s personal performance, data analysis, and opinions of baseball experts.

Ohtani started 28 games as a pitcher in the 2022 season and threw 166 innings, recording a record of 15 wins and 9 losses, an average ERA of 2.33, and 219 strikeouts, and had a career high season.

He also achieved overwhelming results in detailed indicators, and the strikeout rate recorded 33.2%, up 3.9% from the 2021 season, and ranked third overall in the major leagues. Also, his earned run average (FIP), regardless of fielding, dropped from 3.52 to 2.40 over the course of the year.

Ohtani, who signed a new contract with the Angels for 30 million dollars for one year, is expected to start as a starting pitcher for the opening game this season as well.

Corbin Burns of the Milwaukee Brewers took first place in the starting pitcher rankings. Burns appeared in 33 games last year and recorded 12 wins and 8 losses, an ERA of 2.94, and 243 strikeouts, becoming the National League strikeout king.

Last year’s American League Cy Young Award winner Justin Verlander (New York Mets) ranked second, followed by Carlos Rodon (New York Yankees), Max Scherzer (Mets), and Sandy Alcantara (Miami Marlins).

Behind Ohtani were Max Fried (Atlanta Braves), Jack Wheeler (Philadelphia Phillies), Jacob deGrom (Texas Rangers), and Julio Urias (LA Dodgers).

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