In the American League home run championship, where Major League Baseball and Angels Shohei Ohtani are competing, Royals Perez hit No. 46 to take the lead.
In addition, the Blue Jays Simien hit No. 41, showing the momentum to break into the battle between three players including Otani.
Royals catcher Perez hit the No. 46 Touran in the fifth inning in the first doubleheader match against the Indians on the 20th, lining up with the top Blue Jays and Guerrero Jr.
Perez now broke the season's most home run record as a catcher, marked by Johnny Bench of the Reds in 1970.
In addition, the Blue Jays Simien hit No. 41 Touran in the 9th inning against the Rays, approaching 44 Otani by three.
Simien, a 31-year-old from the United States, is a smashing infielder who hit 33 home runs in 2019 during his athletics era.
In the Blue Jays, which he transferred this season, he mainly played in the second, and recently he has played a lot in the second place in front of Guerrero Jr.
With this, in the American League home run championship, Guerrero Jr. and Perez lined up at the top with 46, and Otani chased by two, and 41 Simien was "the fourth man". It is the momentum to break in.Keywords: