The Dominican “Juniors”, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Y Fernando Tatis Jr., enter the last chapter of the first half of the season as numbers 1 and 2 in the ranking of the best Latin hitters of “Al Rojas Vivo”, which is 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 .: First Base | Team: Toronto Blue Jays| Previous Rank: 1
The Dominican was chosen as the 1B of the AL starting lineup for the first All-Star Game of his career, thanks to the best statistics of all the batters in baseball. Guerrero Jr leads MLB in WAR (4.6) and on his circuit he is first in OBP (.438) and OPS (1,109) and second in hits (100), batting (.336), home runs (27), RBIs (69) and scored (66) and fifth on tickets (51).
Pos .: Shortstop | Team: San Diego Padres| Previous Ranking: 2
The Padres sensational shortstop leads the NL in home runs (27), stolen bases (18) and OPS (1,083) and is second in runs (66) and third in RBIs (58). Despite missing a score of games, Tatis Jr. leads the old circuit players in WAR (4.2) and was chosen by the fans to start his first All-Star Game.
Pos .: Third base | Team: Boston Red Sox | Previous Rank: 5
The Dominican was chosen as the 3B of the AL starting lineup for the All-Star Game, which will be the first of his career. He has been enjoying the best first half of the season of his career. Devers is hitting .290 and leading MLB with 71 RBIs and on the young circuit he is first in doubles (25), third in homers (21) and Slugging (.581), fourth in OPS (.938), seventh in runs scored (58) ) and 10th in hits (90).
Pos .: Shortstop | Team: Houston Astros | Previous Rank: 4
The Puerto Rican was elected to the American League roster for the All-Star Game, with an impressive streak that has placed him among the top gunners on the circuit. In the last 42 games, Correa is hitting .349 with 13 doubles, 11 home runs, 36 RBIs and a 1,140 OPS percentage. On the season, he is second in WAR (4.0), third in OBP (.398), fourth in runs (61) and sixth in OPS (.932). He is hitting .298 with 16 homers, 20 doubles and 52 RBIs.
Pos .: Right Gardener | Team: Atlanta Braves| Previous Rank: 3
The Venezuelan outfielder leads the National League batters in runs scored (67) and is second in WAR (3.7) and and Slugging (.592) and third in home runs (23), stolen bases (16) and OPS (.978). The fans chose Acuña Jr. as one of the league’s starting outfielders in the All-Star Game. The slugger is hitting .278 with 18 doubles and 51 RBIs.
Pos .: Shortstop | Team: Boston Red Sox| Previous Rank: 4
The Aruban tied with Acuña Jr. for fifth place in the last ranking of Latino hitters before the All-Star break, which he was selected as the starting shortstop in the American League. Bogaerts is tied with Devers for the doubles lead (25) and is fourth in batting (.321) and hits (97), fifth in WAR (3.6) and eighth in OPS (.923). The Red Sox shortstop has 13 homers, 48 RBIs and 53 runs.
REST OF THE RANKING
7- Yuli gurriel , Houston Astros (.322, 10 H4, 19 H2, 53 CE, 42 CA, .884 OPS)
8- Jose Ramirez , Cleveland Indians (.268, 18 H4, 18 H2, 51 CE, 56 CA, .885 OPS)
9- JD Martinez, Boston Red Sox (.299, 17 H4, 19 H2, 56 CE, 58 CA, .911 OPS)
10- Nelson Cruz, Minnesota Twins (.306, 18 H4, 11H2, 45 CE, 37 CA, .952 OPS)
eleven- Jose Altuve, Houston Astros (.284, 18 H4, 9 H2, 47 CE, 61 CA, .871 OPS)
12- Salvador Perez , Kansas City Royals (.280, 20 H4, 16 H2, 50 CE, 40 CA, .817 OPS)
13- Yordan alvarez, Houston Astros (.307, 14 H4, 16 H2, 51 CE, 50 CA, .901 OPS)
14- Adolis Garcia , Texas Rangers (.279, 20 H4, 10 H2, 58 CE, 40 CA, .828 OPS)
fifteen- Teoscar Hernandez , Toronto Blue Jays (.294, 11 H4, 13 H2, 47 CE, 33 CA, .809 OPS)
Note: Statistics until Monday’s game