Ronald Acuña Jr. (26), who is on pace to win the National League Most Valuable Player (MVP) award, has surpassed Shohei Ohtani (29) in first-half jersey sales.
MLB.com, the official website of Major League Baseball, released the rankings of jersey sales for the first half of the season on 11 November (KST).
바카라사이트According to the rankings, Acuña Jr. has surpassed Ohtani, who has become the biggest superstar in Major League Baseball, to take the top spot in the category. In second place is Ohtani.
They were the top vote-getters in the National League and American League, respectively, in the earlier All-Star voting. Acuña Jr. beat out Ohtani in the All-Star voting as well.
Rounding out the top three spots were Fernando Tatis Jr, Aaron Judge, and Jose Altuve. Tatis Jr. remains very popular despite the banned substance.
Mookie Betts, Julio Rodriguez, Matt Olsen, Alex Bregman, and Mike Trout rounded out the top 10. All are hitters except for Ohtani, who is a two-hitter.
Moving on, Austin Riley, Aji Alvis, Joey Votto, Francisco Lindor, and Corey Seager round out the list at 11-15. Votto remained popular even in his retirement season.
Finally, Freddie Freeman, Jordan Alvarez, Adley Rutchman, Manny Machado, and Clayton Kershaw round out the list from 16-20. Kershaw is the only pitcher on the list.
With the exception of Kershaw, every player on the roster is a hitter. The Atlanta Braves, who have the best winning percentage in the majors, have four players on the list, while the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers have three.