Can the hot Arizona Diamondbacks produce a Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player? Corbin Carroll, 23, is on a roll.
Through 62 games on the season, 토토사이트 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 in FWAR at 3.2. His wRC+ is also very good at 159.
This is the kind of performance that puts him in the MVP conversation, not just Rookie of the Year. The analysis that he’s the best prospect in baseball is spot-on.
In particular, Carroll has been among the best in the league at hitting for long balls, with four home runs this month alone. His batting average has skyrocketed as a result.
Carroll is an outfielder with very good contact and above-average power. He’s also an 80 on the 20-80 scale for speed. He also has good outfield defense.
Arizona signed Carroll to an eight-year, $110 million deal early on. This includes service time and the second year of free agency.
He also has a $28 million club option for the 2031 season. This allows Arizona to keep Carroll through his age-30 season.