‘Rookie of the Year 0’ Carroll is NL Rookie of the Year, ‘a driving force behind the team’

Corbin Carroll, 23, of the Arizona Diamondbacks, who is on pace to win the National League Rookie of the Year, has been named the league’s hottest player.

Carroll was named National League Pitcher of the Week, Major League Baseball announced on Wednesday. It’s the first honour of his career.

In five games over the past week, Carroll batted .500 with three home runs, eight doubles, nine RBIs, 11 runs scored, a .542 slugging percentage and a 1.091 OPS.

Most notably, Carroll had four hits against the Washington Nationals on the 8th and three hits against the Detroit Tigers on the 10th and 12th.

Through the last 12 games of the season, Carroll is batting .308 with 13 home runs, 33 doubles, 47 RBI, 68 runs scored, a .389 OPS and a .968 slugging percentage.

Carroll also ranked second in the majors and tied for the National League lead with a 3.2 FWAR. That’s enough to make him more than a Rookie of the Year candidate, but a Most Valuable Player (MVP) candidate. 먹튀검증

Carroll is an outfielder with very good contact and above-average power. He also has 80 speed on a 20-80 scale. Plus, he plays good outfield defence.

Arizona signed Carroll to an eight-year, $110 million contract early on. This includes service time and the second year of free agency.

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