18. Mookie Betts
2018: 32 HR in 520 AB
Betts won the AL MVP last year and led Boston to their ninth World Series championship and best regular season record ever. He won his second Silver Slugger and led baseball in runs scored (129) and batting average (.346) in his fourth consecutive All-Star season. When Betts is done mastering Major League ballparks, perhaps he’ll take his talents to the bowling lanes, where one of baseball’s most complete players has ten 300 games to his name. We’ve yet to see any athletic activity Mookie isn’t capable of dominating.
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