The sonorense Roberto Ramos arrived today at 30 home runs in the Korea Baseball League (KBO) with what he tied the record for a Mexican with Karim García, who got it in the 2008 season. LG Twins they beat SK Wyverns 13-5 by beating.
Ramos blew the wall in the fourth inning, taking two teammates ahead to reach three-dozen in his first year in Korean baseball. Thus, also matched the Twins franchise mark with local player Byung-gyu Lee, who did it in 1999.
First baseman went 5-2 with one scored and all three produced reached 67, while his batting average raised him to .300.
Roberto Ramos had his best performances in May and August, each hitting 10 home runs. In June, the Sonoran suffered injuries and his production dropped to just three homers. In July it connected six and now, on the first day of September, it did not take long to premiere.
The slugger of LG Twins He also tied his best mark in a season with a team since in 2019 with Isotopos de Albuquerque, the main branch of the Colorado Rockies, finished the calendar with 30 homers.
With more than 30 games to go and if he can keep up, Ramos could go for all 40 homers.
The Mexican is three behind the leader, the Dominican Mel Rojas Jr., who has 33 with KT Wiz.
Ramos’ outstanding season is also reflected with his LG Twins team, which adds five consecutive wins and is in third place in the KBO after 3.5 games from the leader NC Dinos and one from Kiwoom Heroes, which is in second place.
Ramos, 25, managed to reach the Mexican mark in 92 matches, while he is also from Sonora Karim Garcia He did it at 125 during the 2008 season.
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