From Rookie of the Year to NL MVP? ‘Top Prospect’ Carol’s Run

Will the Arizona Diamondbacks, which are popular, have a rookie of the year as well as an MVP? The sprint of Corbin Carroll (23) continues.스포츠토토

Carroll recorded a batting average of 0.308, 13 homers, 33 RBIs, 47 points, 68 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.389 OPS of 0.968 in 62 games until the 12th (Korean time).

In addition, Carroll ranked second overall in the major leagues and tied for the national league lead in FWAR with a 3.2. wRC+ is also very good at 159.

This is a record that can go beyond Rookie of the Year and aim for MVP. The analysis that he was the best prospect in the major leagues was very accurate.

In particular, Carroll is showing the league’s top level in his slugging power, hitting 4 home runs this month alone. As a result, his batting performance skyrocketed.

Carroll is an outfielder with excellent contact and above-average power. He also scored 80 on the 20-80 scale for speed. Outfield defense is also good here.

Corbin Carroll (pictured left). Photo = Getty Images Korea

Arizona signed an eight-year, $110 million contract with Carroll early on. This is a contract that covers service time as well as the second year of FA.

There is also a $28 million club option for the 2031 season. As a result, Arizona can retain Carroll for up to a 30-year-old season.

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