Dodgers’ MVP lineup is among the top 10 hitters in the latest power rankings

The Los Angeles Dodgers’ MVP lineup is among the top 10 hitters in the latest power rankings. on Friday released its hitting power rankings for the first week of the 2024 Major League Baseball regular season. The top 10 includes all of the Dodgers’ former MVPs.

Mookie Betts, who has been hitting hot since switching to shortstop, is No. 1, Shohei Ohtani, the “$700 million man,” is No. 7, and Freddie Freeman is No. 4.

Betts, batting first, has been the “offensive sparkplug” in the Dodgers’ core lineup, batting 4-for-8 (16-for-33) with five home runs and 11 RBIs in nine games this season.

The No. 2 hitter finally hit his first home run of the season the previous day (April 4). He went 2-for-4 with one home run, one RBI, and two runs scored in a 5-4 win over the San Francisco Giants.

Ohtani played for the Los Angeles Angels until last year, when he signed a 10-year, $700 million (94 million won) 카지노사이트 mega-contract with the Dodgers as a free agent. He is a two-time unanimous MVP, winning the award in 2021 and again last year. He was also the American League’s home run leader last year.

While he is still mired in controversy over his former interpreter Ippei Mizuhara’s illegal gambling activities, he is the centerpiece of the Dodgers’ batting lineup.

In nine games, Ohtani is batting 2-for-7 (10-for-37) with one home run and four RBIs.

Freeman, batting third in the order, is batting 7-for-32 (5-for-12) with one home run and seven RBIs in nine games this season. He was quiet the previous day against San Francisco, going 0-for-3, but he’s a go-to guy.

Other players on the list include Juan Soto, who played for San Diego before joining the New York Yankees, 사설 토토사이트 Bobby Witt Jr. of the Kansas City Royals in second place, and Ronald Acuna Jr. of the Atlanta Braves in fifth.

Fernando Tatis Jr. of the San Diego Padres rounded out the list at No. 6, Gunner Henderson of the Baltimore Orioles at No. 8, Corey Seager of the Texas Rangers at No. 9, and Mike Trout of the Angels at No. 10.

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