Former Arizona baseball slugger Bobby Dalbec was named AL Rookie of the Month for August subsequent to driving in seven grand slams and 21 runs for the Boston Red Sox more than 24 games last month.
Among AL players with 50+ plate appearances, he positioned first in OPS (1.205), second in slugging rate (.774), second in on-base rate (.431) and eighth in batting normal (.339).
The third baseman likewise significantly brought his strikeout rate down to 25.0%, which was at 37.5% through July.
Dalbec’s greatest evening of the month (and seemingly of his MLB vocation) came on August 26 when he recorded seven RBIs remembering two homers for a 12-2 triumph over Minnesota.
A fourth-round pick in the 2016 MLB Draft, Dalbec featured at various situations during his three years at Arizona. As a lesser, he batted .260 at the plate with seven homers and 40 RBIs. He likewise showed up in 29 games as a pitcher, recording a 11-6 record and a 2.50 ERA.
Dalbec drove Arizona to the 2016 College World Series finals series.