Aaron Judge continues to propel a major MLB group

Aaron Judge #99 of the MLB New York Yankees celebrates his two-run home run in the dugout against the Baltimore Orioles in the fifth inning at Yankee Stadium on May 23, 2022 in New York City.
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Each month, MLB writers update their hitter power rankings, an unofficial way of indicating who are the hottest and most productive batsmen in the league.

players like new York Yankees, Aaron Judge and Houston Astros’ yordan alvarez Have been in the rankings (the league usually publishes the top ten on Twitter) several times, and with good reason: they’re with the Los Angeles Angels star. Shohei OhtaniThe strongest MVP candidate in the American League.

However, there are some new faces in the rankings.

Francis Lindo Quite a resurgence season is underway and the New York Mets are leading the offense.

Speaking of the Mets, Business Additions Daniel Vogelbach New face in ranking

Ever since the Mets brought him to Queens, he has been performing admirably.

Others have been hot, but the judges are on another level

Another NL East powerhouse, the Philadelphia Phillies, had two hitters in the top-ten: first baseman. Rice Hoskins And the catcher jetty realmuto.

The Phillies have won eight of their last 10 matches, and they are getting plenty of help from both the sluggers.

Judge, however, continues to show why he is the major power threat in MLB.

He is down to 304/.396/.681 with 45 home runs, 199 WRC+ (a number that leads the league) and an incredible 7.3 Wins Above Replacements (WAR).

Judge was stellar in 2017, his rookie year (when he hit 52 homers), but he’s well on his way to breaking all kinds of franchise records in the power department.

roger mariso Scored 61 blows in 1961, but Judge is currently on pace to hit 65 balls out of the park.

All we know is that Judge will be a very wealthy man when the World Series ends: he’s ready to enter the free agent market.

The Yankees, or any other team, would pay a hefty sum for his services.

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