Trevor Story not surprised by boos amid early-season struggles

6 May 2022

Major League Baseball’s 2022 regular season is reportedly signaling what could be a long summer for hitters. Offensive numbers dropped again and one of the most notable examples from a team perspective has been the Boston Red Sox.

Despite having a roster that includes JD Martinez, Rafael Devers and Xander Bogaerts, the Red Sox Played on Friday He was ranked 24th (90th) in thrown runs, 27th in home runs (16) and 27th in base percentage (.279), and 29th in walks (57). Off-season big collectors Trevor Story needed to add something to the already frightening lineup on paper. Instead, the former Colorado Rockies player became the Beantown poster boy for his ineptness at the bowl over a month’s worth of play.

In 21 games and 92 plate games played so far, he has twice All-Star conceding, amassing nine RBIs, stealing a base and hitting a stunning 29 times. The slash line of the story is .210/.293/.296, all of which could easily be new career declines.

Thursday for Story was probably at an all-time low for the story when he wore the “Golden Sombrero” (he scored four times) in the team’s 8-0 home defeat to the Los Angeles Angels. reportedly avoided answering post-game questions from the media. The 29-year-old, two-time Silver Slugger Award winner, discussed Thursday’s episode on Friday.

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