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This list is strictly based on what each individual player has done this season. The main factor in this list is the stat “WAR” or wins above replacement.
Conforto has definitely filled the void in the Mets offense left
14. Mookie Betts (1.9 WAR)
13. Ryan Zimmerman (2.1 WAR)
12. Buster Posey (2.2 WAR)
11. Carlos Correa (2.1 WAR)
10. Corey Dickerson (2.4 WAR)
9. Miguel Sano (2.5 WAR)
8. Zack Cozart (2.6 WAR)
Cozart, as well as Goldschmidt, is incredibly underrated. The fact that he plays for the Reds doesn’t help him too much though. Cozart is 3rd in the league in batting average hitting .347 on the season, with 7 home runs.
7. Freddie Freeman (2.6 WAR)
6. Charlie Blackmon (2.3 WAR)
Charlie Blackmon is among the best hitters in MLB today. Yes, he does play at Coors field but that cannot take away what he has done this year. He is hitting .327 with 13 home runs. Also, Blackmon leads the league in RBI’s despite being a leadoff hitter which is incredible.
5. Paul Goldschmidt (2.5 WAR)
Goldy may be the most underrated player in the MLB today. He has been incredible for the last couple of years. He sits behind Rizzo in the ASG voting but that is not deserved at all. Look for Paul to continue to carry the D-Backs
4. Bryce Harper (2.5 WAR)
Bryce Harper has bounced back after a pretty disappointing 2016 season. He is hitting .328 with 15 home runs, plus one fight with Hunter Strickland. But in reality, Harper has proven that he is one of the best in the league once again.
3. Aaron Judge (2.6 WAR)
2. Chris Sale (3.2 WAR)
1.Mike Trout (3.5 WAR)