June 25, 2024

Philadelphia Phillies infielder Alec Bohm is showcasing an impressive performance in the 2024 season by generating runs on the field, significantly benefiting the team. Over his last seven games, Bohm has posted a remarkable .536/.581/.964 batting line with two home runs and 10 RBI. During this stretch, he has accumulated 15 hits and crossed the plate six times.

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Throughout the current season, Bohm maintains a solid .333/.423/.556 batting line with three home runs and 21 RBI across 26 games. Additionally, he has tallied 30 hits and scored 11 runs. Bohm boasts an impressive 177 OPS+ and a 170 wRC+ as of Thursday, accompanied by a 1.2 oWAR. His contributions include six RAA and nine RAR. Notably, Bohm has maintained a 13.5% walk rate this season, marking an improvement in his career walk rate.

Based on his current performance, Bohm is projected to achieve 131 RBI this season, surpassing his previous career-high of 97 in 2023. He is also on track to achieve career-best figures in hits, runs scored, and total bases, projected at 187 hits, 69 runs, and 312 total bases, respectively. Bohm is also poised to set a new career-high in doubles, with nine already in the season, projecting to reach 56. In 2023, Bohm recorded his highest number of doubles at 31. With continued success, Bohm stands a chance to secure an All-Star spot and potentially receive MVP recognition.

Between the losses to the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Philadelphia Phillies managed to score five runs in total, with Alec Bohm contributing three of those runs. While notable players like Nick Castellanos, J.T. Realmuto, and Kyle Schwarber struggled at the plate during this time, Bohm demonstrated a strong performance. It’s worth mentioning that Bryce Harper was absent from both games against the Reds due to paternity leave. Kody Clemens, filling in for Harper on the 26-man roster, made a significant impact by hitting a three-run home run and securing another hit in his single appearance.

Over the Phillies’ last seven games, Bohm has been a standout performer with two home runs and 10 RBI, leading the team in both categories. Harper follows closely behind with five RBI during this stretch.

Other Phillies players have also shown promise offensively. Trea Turner, in his recent seven-game span, boasts a .355/.394/.452 batting line with three RBI, ranking second in hits behind Bohm and leading in runs scored. Throughout the season, Turner maintains a solid .336/.388/.477 line with two home runs and nine RBI, alongside six stolen bases, 36 hits, 20 runs scored, and eight walks. Turner’s performance yields a 136 OPS+ and a 143 wRC+ as of April 25, leading the team in hits.

Additionally, Johan Rojas has begun to find success at the plate, recording a .348/.375/.435 line with two RBI and three stolen bases in his last seven games. Rojas leads the team with three stolen bases during this period. Across 22 games this season, Rojas holds a .250/.311/.309 line with no home runs and three RBI, accompanied by seven stolen bases. Although Rojas’ overall OPS+ and wRC+ fall below average, he has shown improvement, notably reducing his strikeout rate from the previous season.

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