The capabilities that Juan Soto has as a player of MLB both defensively and offensively, but after a weak start in the Season 2021 has surprised with numbers that he has put in the second half in his performances with Washington Nationals and that could lead him to join the fight for the award for ‘Most Valuable Player MVP’ of the National League.
Juan Soto has shone in the recent days of the 2021 MLB Season and his offense has led him to put out remarkable numbers, such as a .315 batting average, and 25 connected home runs and 85 RBIs for Washington Nationals.
The Dominican entered the game on September 10 batting .358 / .527 / .653 since the All-Star break, an offensive line that at that time put him in just the fourth player in the century to achieve those numbers, something that figures like Barry Bonds had only done.
The remarkable second half of the Nats outfielder could see him enter the race for the MVP award of the National League, which has as main candidates Fernando Tatis Jr. and Bryce Harper.
Juan Soto is already in his fourth MLB season as a professional and an important part of the Washington Nationals and has increasingly established himself as a defensive and offensive reference, as well as one of the faces of the new generation of players.
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