Venezuelan Ronald Acuña Jr. was named the National League Player of the Month in MLB

Atlanta Braves Venezuelan outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr.the distinction was recognized this Wednesday as National League Player of the Monthbecause it has shown to be in one of its best moments.

Numbers that support it

Ronald Acuña Jr. during the last month accumulated 23 runs, 38 hits, 4 home runs and 13 stolen bases; with a .352 AVG average, .986 OPS and 14 RBI.

And if that was not enough, the Venezuelan is the leader in hits, runs scored, stolen bases and total bases (68) in the National League.

Acuña Jr. is one of the few baseball players who could achieve the desired 40-40 (40 home runs and 40 stolen bases) during his career, according to the latest projections.

The Venezuelan baseball player was questioned about his home run hit last Monday, one of the longest at Citi Field, placed at 448 feet.

“I’ve been asked how I can hit the ball that distance and I don’t know either, to be honest.”Acuña pointed out to MLB.com.

This season could be a great restart after seasons in which he has suffered major injuries.

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