Judge and Goldschmidt were the two most consistent hitters in their respective leagues.
The highest award that Major League Baseball awards to players for their performance in the regular season will be one of the highest honors. revealed tonight.
The Most Valuable Player award in each league will close at the end of the year. the delivery of the main prizes that began with the last Monday in the majors.
Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees, Yordan Álvarez of the Houston Astros and Shohei Ohtani of the Anaheim Angels are the finalists for the American League Most Valuable Player Award.
The duo of Nolan Arenado and Paul Goldschmidt of the St. Louis Cardinals and Manny Machado of the San Diego Padres are the finalists for the National League Most Valuable Player Award.
Aaron Judge is shaping up to be the favorite to be the MVP, after setting the all-time record for home runs in the American League with 62, breaking the record held by Roger Maris, who shot 62 home runs. 61 in 1961, precisely with the New York team. He also promoted the Major League-leading 131 runs and a .311 batting average, second behind Luis Arraez.
Shohei Ohtani MVP of 2021, achieved ; Statistically qualify on the league tables as both a hitter and a pitcher. Connected 34 home runs with 95 RBIs and a 15-9 record with a 2.33 ERA and 219 strikeouts.
Yordan Álvarez demonstrated his that he belongs to the elite hitters in the majors. He hit for .306 and fired 37 home runs and 97 RBIs.
In the national league, the roundest numbers and the most significant collaboration came from Paul Goldschmidt of The cardinals. He went down the street 35 times with 155 RBIs and a .317 batting average, fighting all season for the triple crown.
Dominican third baseman Manny Machado connected on the ball. 32 home runs with 102 RBIs batting average of .298, participating for the second time in the All-Star Game with San Diego. He was the leader in wins over replacement at 7.4 ahead of the St. Louis duo.
Nolan Arenado was St. Louis' Robin, behind Goldscmidt with a .293 average, 30 home runs and 103 RBIs and the added value of his exceptional defense, which earned him his tenth consecutive Gold Glove.
Most Valuable Dominicans
Dominican Republic has won the MVP award 10 times.
George Bell in 1987 with the Blue Jays; 1998 Sammy Sosa in 1998 with the Cubs; Miguel Tejada with the Athletics in 2002; Alex Rodríguez with the Rancheros in 2003; Vladimir Guerrero with the Angels in 2004; Albert Pujols and Alex Rodríguez in 2005 with the Cardinals and Yankees, respectively. In 2005, Dominicans David Ortiz, Vladimir Guerrero, and Manny Ramírez followed Rodríguez as finalists for the award.
In 2007, once again the Dominicans received the award. s Alex Rodríguez, took the prize. the distinction. Pujols got the ball rolling. won the award in the 2008 and 2009 seasons.
Alex and Pujols share the distinction of being the only Creole couple to win the award in a same year (2005).