Al Rojas Alive: Vlad Jr. does not give up the throne and pursues the Triple Crown


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Al Rojas Alive: Vlad Jr. does not give up the throne and pursues the Triple Crown

The Dominican first baseman of the Toronto Blue Jays, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., who is chasing the triple batting crown of the American League, something that only the Venezuelan Miguel Cabrera has achieved in the last 52 years, remains in the first place in the ranking. of Latino hitters, according to chapter 21 of “Al Rojas Vivo”, which by 16th. consecutive year publishes ESPN Digital weekly during the Major League Baseball regular season.

“Al Rojas Vivo”, which is published on Tuesday of each week, takes into account the statistics for the whole year up to the games on Monday. Players are not considered by their salary, level or fame, but by their performance throughout the current season.

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Pos .: 1B | Team: Toronto Blue Jays| Previous Ranking: 1

Statistics 2021

The Dominican, the best major league hitter in 2021, enters the last stretch of the season with great opportunities to be the 14th. player who has won a Triple Crown in batting since 1900. Guerrero Jr. (.318) leads in batting by 2 points, leader in home runs (45) by one and is tied for third in RBIs (103), four behind. leadership. In addition, he is the first in hits (171), annotated (114), OBP (.407), Slugging (.612) and OPS (1,018).

Pos .: SS | Team: San Diego Padres| Previous Ranking: 2

Statistics 2021

Returning to his natural shortstop position this past weekend, he remains among the top contenders for the National League Most Valuable Player award. Tatis Jr. leads his league in home runs (38) and slugging; He is second in steals (25) and OPS (.996), third in runs (91) and fifth in RBIs (90). He’s hitting .283 with 27 doubles and .368 OBP.

Pos .: C | Team: Kansas City Royals | Previous Rank: 3

Statistics 2021

The Venezuelan is already part of the small group of receivers with more than 40 homers and 100 RBIs in a season and now he is trying to win one or both leads, something really unexpected for a catcher. Perez is hitting .274, is second in RBIs (105) and third in home runs (42). He has also retired 40% of the running backs who tried to steal bases from him.

Pos .: 3B | Team: Boston Red Sox | Previous Rank: 4

Statistics 2021

The Dominican remains one of the most productive strikers in both leagues in the current major league season. The young Boston Red Sox third baseman is one of those MVP candidates who will be lost in the shadows of Shohei Ohtani and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Devers is hitting .273, tied with Guerrero for third in RBIs (103) and is fifth in doubles (34) and home runs (34) and ninth in OPS (.886).

Pos .: LF | Team: Washington Nationals | Previous Rank: 5

Statistics 2021

The dad of current hitters is the Dominican outfielder, who leads the majors in walk (119) and OBP percentage (.454) and his .959 OPS is the fourth best in baseball. On the season, Soto is third in batting (.309) and second in runs scored (97) in the National League. He has 25 home runs, 17 doubles and 83 runs scored in 444 at-bats.

REST OF THE RANKING

6- Teoscar Hernández, Toronto Blue Jays (.308, 27 H4, 27 H2, 102 CE, 83 CA, .892 OPS)

7- Yordan Álvarez, Houston Astros (.281, 30 H4, 29 H2, 94 CE, 84 CA, .891 OPS)

8- José Ramírez, Cleveland Indians (.255, 30 H4, 28 H2, 87 CE, 93 CA, .885 OPS)

9- Jorge Polanco. Minnesota Twins (.279, 30 H4, 33 H2, 88 CE, 88 CA, .856 OPS)

10- Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox (.261, 29 H4, 26 H2, 107 CE, 80 CA, .836 OPS)

11- JD Martínez, Boston Red Sox (.284, 25 H4, 37 H2, 89 CE, 84 CA, .862 OPS)

12- Starling Mars, Oakland Athletics (.322, 22 H2, 45 BR, 80 CA, .864 OPS)

13- Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox (.300, 21 H4, 34 H2, 71 CE, 79 CA, .876 OPS)

14- Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves (.257, 28 H4, 34 H2, 94 CE, 90 CA, 17 BR, .804 OPS)

15- Carlos Correa, Houston Astros (.278, 22 H4, 32 H2, 77 CE, 92 CA, .848 OPS)

16- Manny Machado, San Diego Padres (.276, 24 H4, 28 H2, 90 CE, 82CA, .831 OPS)

Note: Statistics until Monday’s game


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