Dominicans monopolize the Top 5 batters of Al Rojas Vivo


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Dominicans monopolize the Top 5 batters of Al Rojas Vivo

The Dominicans Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Fernando Tatis Jr. are still up, but their compatriots Juan Soto and José Ramírez, ascended to third and fifth place, respectively, for the first time this season, with days remaining at the end of the regular series, according to to the penultimate episode of “Al Rojas Vivo”, which for the 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 young Dominican first baseman has been the most complete hitter in both major leagues in 2021. Point and ball. If it weren’t for Shohei Ohtani’s historic performance, Guerrero would be the top MVP candidate in his league. The Junior is hitting .315 with 46 homers, 26 doubles and 105 RBIs and leads his league in hits (183), runs scored (120), OBP (.405), Slugging (.601) and OPS (1,005).

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

Statistics 2021

The sensational shortstop for the San Diego Padres enters the final days of the season in a head-on battle with Bryce Harper and compatriot Juan Soto for the National League Most Valuable Player. Tatis leads his league in home runs (41), is second in Slugging (.617) and third in steals (25) and OPS (.987). “El Niño” is hitting .284 with 29 doubles, 98 runs scored and 95 RBIs in 124 games.

Pos .: LF | Team: Washington Nationals | Previous Rank: 4

Statistics 2021

The Dominican outfielder has been the best hitter in both major leagues in the second half of the season, as he heads to complete another amazing year with the wood on his shoulder. Soto (.321 with 29 homers, 110 runs and 93 RBIs) fights the batting title with Trea Turner and leads MLB in walks (139) and OBP (.471). His OPS average (1,020) is second best in all of baseball.

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

Statistics 2021

The Venezuelan catcher, who now owns the record for home runs for catchers in an MLB season, enters the final week of action in two-legged possession of the hitting Triple Crown. Perez is hitting .275, but he leads baseball with 46 home runs and 117 RBIs. He also has 22 doubles, 83 runs, an .855 OPS and the defense has retired 45% (18 of 40) of the running backs who tried to steal bases from him.

Pos .: 3B | Team: Cleveland Indians | Previous Rank: 6

Statistics 2021

The Dominican third baseman enters the Top 5 just in time before the season’s regular series concludes. Ramirez, who has been in the top three MVP candidates in three of the past four seasons, is hitting .266 with 36 homers, 30 doubles, 107 runs scored, 26 stolen bases, 99 RBIs, 70 walks and his .901 OPS is the seventh best in the American League. Another season for “Mr. La Para” of the Cleveland Indians.

REST OF THE RANKING

6- Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox (.277, 35 H4, 37 H2, 108 CE, 96 CA, .884 OPS)

7- Teoscar Hernandez, Toronto Blue Jays (.302, 31 H4, 29 H2, 112 CE, 90 CA, .884 OPS)

8- Yordan alvarez, Houston Astros (.278, 32 H4, 33 H2, 101 CE, 91 CA, .883 OPS)

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

10- JD Martinez, Boston Red Sox (.285, 27 H4, 40 H2, 96 CE, 88 CA, .865 OPS)

eleven- Carlos Correa, Houston Astros (.278, 24 H4, 34 H2, 88 CE, 100 CA, .843 OPS)

12- Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox (.264, 29 H4, 29 H2, 113 CE, 84 CA, .834 OPS)

13- Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox (.299, 23 H4, 34 H2, 79 CE, 86 CA, .873 OPS)

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

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

16- Jose Altuve, Houston Astros (.276, 30 H4, 30 H2, 81 CE, 113, .837 OPS)

17- Yuli gurriel, Houston Astros (.317, 14 H4, 31 H2, 79 CE, 80 CA, .840)

18- Starling mars, Oakland Athletics (.311, 27 H2, 45 BR, 86 CA, .842 OPS)

Note: Statistics until Monday’s game


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