Mookie Betts (LA Dodgers), who had a hot August, surpassed Shohei Ohtani (LA Angels) and rose to the top of the MLB hitter power rankings.

According to the hitter power rankings updated by on the 1st (Korean time), Betts moved up four places from 5th to 1st. Ohtani, who had firmly held the lead, was pushed back to second place.

Ohtani currently ranks first in all major league home runs , slugging percentage (0.661), and OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage 1.071), but the recent impact was stronger than Betts.

During the month of August, Betts had a batting average of 0.454, 9 homers, 26 RBIs, 32 runs, and an OPS of 1.308.

With this pace, he is a strong candidate for the National League Most Valuable Player (MVP). also praised “August was Betts’ month.”

Ohtani, who has had difficulty pitching due to right elbow pain, is still doing her part as a hitter. Ohtani recorded a batting average of 30% (0.316) in August, and has consistently produced homers, leading the major leagues alone in home runs. said, “Ohtani is maintaining the pace of 50 home runs and 20 stolen bases for the 5th time in major league history.” Adding 6 homers and 1 stolen base, Ohtani would achieve 50 home runs – 20 stolen bases.

Ronald Acuna Jr. (Atlanta Braves), Freddie Freeman (Dodgers), and Julio Rodriguez (Seattle Mariners) took third to fifth places.

Matt Olson (Atlanta), who is hitting 43 homers, fell 4 places from 2nd to 6th. Bryce Harper (Philadelphia Phillies) entered the top 10 of the Power Rankings for the first time in the season at No. 7.

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