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Acuña Jr.
Homered in the second inning and stole his 62nd base in the ninth.
Breaking 140 years of Major League Baseball history

Ronald Acuña Jr. (26-Venezuela) of Major League Baseball’s (MLB) Atlanta Braves became the first player in 140 years of Major League Baseball history to record 30 home runs and 60 stolen bases in a single season. With one out in the top of the second inning of the Braves’ road game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday, Acuña Jr. pulled a 151-mile-per-hour fastball from opposing pitcher Lance Lynn for a grand slam over the left field fence. His 30th home run of the season. He had 29 homers and 61 RBIs the day before. In the top of the ninth, he singled up the middle and stole second base for his 62nd stolen base of the season. The Braves went on to beat the Dodgers 8-7.

Acuña Jr. reportedly played in the evening after marrying his longtime girlfriend in the morning before the game. He has been dating his girlfriend, a former local beauty queen in Venezuela, for more than three years, and they tied the knot in a small ceremony at an undisclosed location. He and his girlfriend already have two children together.

In baseball, the most prolific home run hitters are often big and slow on their feet. That’s why no one has ever hit more than 30 home runs in a season and stolen 60 bases at the same time. Narrowing it down, only Eric Davis (37 homers, 50 steals) in 1987 and Barry Bonds (33 homers, 52 steals) in 1990 are the only two players in American history to hit 30 homers and 50 steals. In South Korea, current LG coach Lee Jong-beom (53) hit 30 homers and 64 steals in 1997 with Haetae.카지노

This year’s National League Most Valuable Player (MVP) candidate, Acuña Jr. has improved his chances of winning the award by setting the record straight. He’s on pace for 40 homers and 60 steals. There have been four 40-homer, 40-steal seasons in MLB, but no 40-homer hitter has ever had more than 50 steals.

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