Chasing Piazza/Green/McGwire on June 26th
Cody Bellinger continues to make a mockery of baseball blasting two more home runs yesterday. He’s now almost a month a head of the Shawn Green pace of 49 home runs which is the all-time Dodger home run record.
As promised, I’ve added the Mark McGwire rookie season to see how Cody is doing on that pace. Big Mac hit 49 home runs to set the all-time rookie home run record way back in 1987. Cody is currently a head of the pace, but it will change in two days. McGwire had 22 home runs on June 25th, would not play on June 26th, but would hit three home runs on June 27th.
Cody has his work cut out for him.
|Player||Year||PA||HR||HR/PA||Total HR Thru June 25th||Total|
If this confusing here is a quick legend.
PA – this is the number of plate appearances it took for each player to reach 24 home runs. We used 24 home runs because that is where Bellinger is right now. This would be within 4 PA of accuracy as I didn’t check the game log for the specific plate appearance they hit the home run.
HR – This is a marker showing you 24 home runs.
HR/PA – this is the home runs per plate appearance pace when they each hit their 24th home run.
Total HR by June 25th – self-explanatory but it includes games of June 25th
Total – season home run total
- Posted in: Chasing Piazza ♦ Uncategorized
- Tagged: Cody Bellinger, Corey Seager, Joc Pederson, Mark McGwire, Mike Piazza, Shawn Green
A Bellinger side note.
As the temps increase.
The baseball is warmer
And the ball travels farther in the hot humid air …