MLB Top 10: Shredder ranks Dodgers Cody Bellinger as the best midfielder of the 2020 season
MLB Top 10: Shredder ranks Dodgers Cody Bellinger as the best midfielder of the 2020 season

Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star Cody Bellinger has been ranked in the top 10 centerfielders of the 2020 season by The Shredder of MLB Network, just behind Mike Trout of Los Angeles Angels.

It is the second consecutive year that the two MVP winners have been ranked first and second in the ranking.

The rest of the list comes from, in turn, George Springer of Houston Astros, Ramon Laureano of Auckland Athletics, Whit Merrifield of Kansas City Royals, Sterling Mars of Arizona Diamondbacks, and Lorenzo Cain of Brewers.

Consists of Milwaukee, Yankees New York Aaron Hicks, New York Mets Brandon Nemo, Yankees Brett Gardner.

In 156 games last season, Bellinger scored .305 / .406 / .629 with 121 runs, 34 doubles, 47 home runs, 115 RBIs and 15 thefts in 20 attempts. did.

MLB Top 10: Shredder ranks Dodgers Cody Bellinger as the best midfielder of the 2020 season
MLB Top 10: Shredder ranks Dodgers Cody Bellinger as the best midfielder of the 2020 season

He commanded the entire baseball base on a total of 351 bases and was one of six qualified players to have announced more than 1,000 slugging percentages.

Bellinger improved significantly with left-handed pitching and hit .280 / .386 / .596 with 44 double RBIs with 7 doubles, 18 homers, and 228 plays.

Among the eligible batters, Bellinger’s 0.629 blow rate was the fourth-best in baseball. In addition, it ranked fifth in both base percentage (.406) and WRC + (162).

Bellinger also flourished in defensive, leading all qualified players in the right field in defensive races with defensive ratings of 4.8 and 19, which were defended in the 2019 season.

Bellinger improved the Major League 9.0 WAR (baseball-reference) last year, increasing to a total of 17.4 in the last three seasons. This is the fifth place among qualified gardeners since early 2017, following Trout (25.0), Mookie Betts (24.1), Aaron Judge (18.9) and Christian Erich (18.9).

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