Can Jordan Alvarez get the best player in 2022 from Aaron Judge?
He also puts Cuban back among the contenders for the best player in North America American League.
Alvarez, 25, is second in the youth circuit with 36 Homer. He also has 22 doubles, 88 RBI and .304/.408/.624 offensive line.
They are very good numbers and they have brought him back to the level he showed in 2019, when he won the Rookie of the Year. But it’s not enough to challenge Aaron Judge to MVP.
The slugger game from New York Yankees He leads all hitters in the major leagues (57) and RBIs (123). It also leads the AL in runs (119), walks (90), slow pace (.687), OBP (.415) and OPS (1,102).
Judge has 16 stolen bases and raised his average to 0.311, 8 points clear of leader Luis Aries. It’s true that the Bronx have yet to stamp their card until after the season, but they will.
Meanwhile, the defensive player not only goes for Roger Maris’ home record, he also has a real chance of finishing the Triple Crown.
It doesn’t matter how Alvarez ended up with the Astros. The only person who can get the best player from the judge is Shohei Ohtani.