They were the best in the league for the majority of the year with multiple injuries to All Star talent. Recently they have struggled but are getting healthy. But who will play in the post season?
AL Cy Young winner in 2013. Two no hitters in 2015, and NL Cy Young winner in 2016, Max Scherzer will surely be one of the most dominating pitchers in baseball again in 2017.
Nelson Cruz was a late bloomer in baseball, but he had his best season yet in 2015. Going into 2016 expect much boom from the boom stick wielding Nelson Cruz.
Roberto Clemente was one of a kind. He contributed to MLB’s successful integration of Latino players and constantly performed charitable deeds, often without fanfare or publicity. He is a hero.
Two years ago Rougned Odor was the youngest player in the entire Major Leagues. Last season Odor played with a fire in his eyes. Expect even more from Rougie Odor in 2016.
Albert Pujols has already established himself as a MLB Hall of Fame player, but he is only 36 years of age, and surely will put together some fine seasons to come with the LA Angels of Anaheim.
Epic slugger Chris Davis has led the Majors in home runs twice already. He's likely to do it again in 2016.
Besides American all-time home run hitters, there are baseball stars around the world. Here are the top 7 home run hitters in Japanese baseball history, with there career home run scores. It's too bad that baseball is...
Giancarlo Stanton is the highest paid athlete in all professional sports. He's also the hitter with the most home run power in the Major Leagues today. How many home runs will he hit in 2016?
Legendary on offense and defense, Adrian Beltre is possibly the finest defensive third baseman ever. He's obviously not a slouch with the bat either. He's headed for Cooperstown.