Chicago — Louis Araz He won the AL batting title, posting a third-stroke double after walking twice to finish the season at 0.316, and the Minnesota Twins overcame a 10-1 win over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday.
Ares was assured that he was top of the Yankees Aaron Judge To crown beating when the day started. He cleared any doubt by walking his first two appearances, then hitting a motor that barely removed the right player’s gauntlet. javen leaves Before it is hoisted for a pinch runner.
“It’s amazing,” said Araz. “That was one of my goals. I’m living a dream now. It’s great for me because I worked so hard for this.”
Judge, who sat on the Yankees’ season finale, hit 0.311 with a record for AL-62 Homers and a league-leading 131 RBI.
“I couldn’t sleep last night, just thinking and thinking about it,” Ares said.
Ariz, 25, became the fifth twin to win the batting title, joining Rod Carew (seven), Tony Oliva and Joe Mauer (three each) and Kirby Puckett (one).
“I think he achieved what he hoped to achieve,” said Minnesota coach Rocco Baldele. “And he’s not the kind of guy who usually thinks about things on a personal level like that. He’s a team player and here to win and compete.”
Ares received a hug in the highest stash of Carlos CorreaBefore the match, he planned to give him a Louis Vuitton spinning bag in recognition of his achievement.
“[Correa] It’s amazing, said Araz. He is an example to us. He’s a leader, and I like that guy very much.”
Aris hit 0.361 (13 for 36) in nine straight games to end the season.
“It wasn’t easy,” Araz said. “But my mind is strong.”
Gary Sanchez And the Jermaine Palacios Hummed during the first inning of six runs for Minnesota, which cut sledge from four games. The twins finished at 78-84, which is a six-game improvement over 2021.
The White Sox (81-81), last year’s AL Central champion, racked up his three-game winning streak and finished 12 games worse than the record set in 2021.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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