Sunday Mar 26, 2023

Aaron Judge to be AL home run leader in 2023 with 44

Aaron Judge (31) of the New York Yankees is expected to become the home run king again this year.

On the 5th (Korean time), MLB.com predicted the players who would hit the most home runs in the 30 major league teams. Among them, Judge expected to hit the most with 44 home runs in the American League.

In the Toronto Blue Jays of the American League East Division, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was expected to hit the most homers on the team with 39 homers. For the Baltimore Orioles, Anthony Santander led the team with 29 home runs.

For the Tampa Bay Rays, Brandon Lowe had 27 homers, and for the Boston Red Sox, Rafael Devers had 32 home runs. The Yankees expected Judge to hit 44 home runs. 스포츠토토

In the American League Central, Jose Ramirez of the Cleveland Guardians has 30 home runs, Salvador Perez of the Kansas City Royals has 30 home runs, Javier Baez has 22 home runs of the Detroit Tigers, Byron Buxton has 32 home runs of the Minnesota Twins, and Elroy of the Chicago White Sox has 30 home runs. Jimenez hit 31 home runs.

In the American League West, Los Angeles Angels lead hitter Mike Trout has 39 home runs, Houston Astros Jordan Alvarez has 36 home runs, Oakland Athletics Seth Brown and Ramon Laurenoi have 22 home runs, Seattle Mariners Holio Rodriguez has 32 home runs, Texas Rangers Adolis Garcia and Cory Seager hit 27 home runs.

In the National League, Pete Alonso of the New York Mets and Kyle Schwaber of the Philadelphia Phillies of the East Division were expected to hit the most home runs with 39. San Diego Padres infielder Fernando Tatis Jr., who will return this year as a teammate of Kim Ha-sung, is expected to hit 35 homers.

Colorado Rockies’ CJ Cron had 27 home runs, San Francisco Giants’ Mitch Haniger had 24 home runs, Los Angeles Dodgers’ Mookie Betts had 31 home runs, Arizona Diamondbacks’ Christian Walker had 28 home runs, Cincinnati Reds’ Will Myers had 20 home runs, Pittsburgh Pirates’ O’Neal Cruz had 27 home runs, MLB.com, including Japanese Chicago Cubs member Suzuki Seiya with 25 homers, has ranked home run “leaders” for each team.

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