All year we waited for the bat of Christian Yelich will go on and show why he is considered one of the most respected young talents in the Major League Baseball industry …
But it never happened.
And after the painful removal of Milwaukee Today comes a heartfelt reflection from the gardener: “I have to be better. I had a lot of great opportunities in the year and this post-season as well. And I fell short. That’s how it is, it’s part of the game. You have to accept it, overcome it and keep moving ”…
And what if in these playoffs to the off offense of los Brewers they needed the push and wood of Yelich. Listen to it here in case our English fails us:
Christian Yelich: “I’ve got to be better. I came up in a lot of big spots throughout the year and this postseason as well. I came up short. That’s how it rolls, it’s part of the game. You have to take it all in and pick yourself up afterwards and keep moving.” pic.twitter.com/rRCBvfzWEu
— Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) October 13, 2021
And how did Yelich do this year?
Well, not very well, following a trend that the gardener has been dragging since 2020 where he has left everyone waiting a little longer (and with that $ 200 million dollar contract).
Yelich He batted this 2021 for some of his worst numbers and came out of the Top 5, 10 and even 20 within which he has remained his entire career in various metrics.
Here is the image, but quickly a couple of details: second worst average since his arrival in the Majors (.248), worst home run record (even worse than in 2020 and that was a short season) and worst OPS.
Do you know where it stood out? On walks with 70 (top 10 in the league).
And in the playoffs?
Just one piece of data: 3 hits in 15 at-bats.
Courage then, Yelich, see you next year.