Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has a monopoly on Al Rojas Vivo


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Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has a monopoly on Al Rojas Vivo

The Dominicans Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Fernando Tatis Jr. and the Venezuelan Salvador Pérez, who are among the favorites to win the most important prize in both major leagues, remain at the forefront of the ranking of Latino hitters, according to the chapter 22 of “Al Rojas Vivo”, that 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 continues in the races to achieve the Triple Crown in batting and to win the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award in the American League. Guerrero Jr. (.320, 46 homers and 105 RBIs) is first in hitting and home runs and fourth in RBIs. But “Vladdy” is also the leader in hits (178), scored (119), OBP (.410), Slugging (.614) and OPS (1,024).

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

Statistics 2021

Tatis Jr. receives pressure from Bryce Harper in the battle for the National League MVP, after three months walking the road in relative comfort. Tatis Jr. leads his league in home runs (39) and Slugging (.620); He’s second in steals (25), third in OPS (.988) and scored (94) and sixth in RBIs (92). “El Niño” is hitting .285 with 28 doubles and .368 OBP.

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

Statistics 2021

The Venezuelan set the record for home runs for receivers in Major League history. Better still, the Kansas catcher has control of two legs of the Triple Crown (46 homers and 115 RBIs), something amazing for a player in his position, and he has also retired 45% of the running backs who tried to steal bases from him.

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

Statistics 2021

The Dominican outfielder maintains a close dispute with several players for his second consecutive batting title, when the regular series schedule is exhausted. Soto is hitting .315, one point behind former teammate Trea Turner, who now plays for the Dodgers. Soto leads MLB in walk (127) and OBP percentage (.461) and his .991 OPS is the second-highest in the National League. He has 26 home runs, 102 runs and 82 RBIs in 464 at-bats.

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

Statistics 2021

The Dominican third baseman is one of the players who will receive votes for the MVP of the young circuit. “Carita” Devers is hitting .274 with 34 homers, 36 doubles, 105 RBIs and 94 runs scored. Among position players in his league, Devers is 10th in WAR (4.5), according to Fangraphs. Plus, he’s fourth in RBIs and eighth in home runs and OPS (.884).

REST OF THE RANKING

6- José Ramírez, Cleveland Indians (.264, 35 H4, 30 H2, 96 CE, 103 CA, .905 OPS)

7- Teoscar Hernández, Toronto Blue Jays (.303, 29 H4, 27 H2, 107 CE, 86 CA, .882 OPS)

8- Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros (.278, 31 H4, 29 H2, 98 CE, 87 CA, .881 OPS)

9- Carlos Correa, Houston Astros (.285, 24 H4, 34 H2, 86 CE, 99 CA, .864 OPS)

10- Jorge Polanco. Minnesota Twins (.275, 31 H4, 34 H2, 90 CE, 91 CA, .845 OPS)

11- JD Martínez, Boston Red Sox (.285, 27 H4, 38 H2, 94 CE, 87 CA, .867 OPS)

12- Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox (.263, 29 H4, 28 H2, 113 CE, 83 CA, .836 OPS)

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

14- Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves (.256, 28 H4, 35 H2, 95 CE, 92 CA, 17 BR, .793 OPS)

15- Manny Machado, San Diego Padres (.278, 24 H4, 31 H2, 93 CE, 86 CA, .826 OPS)

16- Jose Altuve, Houston Astros (.278, 28 H4, 28 H2, 76 CE, 107, .839 OPS)

17- Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros (.317, 14 H4, 30 H2, 76 CE, 78 CA, .846)

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

Note: Statistics until Monday’s game


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