Miami Marlins’ Jesus Aguilar had himself a night with 3 hits (2 doubles), a home run, and 2 RBI. Too bad it wasn’t enough to make up for the 11 runs D-backs pitchers surrendered. The Marlins lost 11-3. On the flip side, Arizona Diamondbacks hitter Nick Ahmed is second on our list with a HR and 2 base on balls.
Milwaukee Brewers’ Freddy Peralta leads the list of a bunch of really good performances. The Los Angeles Angels-Houston Astros had a magnificent pitchers duel going that yielded great numbers from Lance McCullers Jr. and Shohei Ohtani. For what it’s worth, Ohtani also had a hit and 2 whiffs.
|Lance McCullers Jr.||8||9||79||1.13||0.625|
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It’s Hump Day. Here’s a look at Wednesday’s best hitters so far based on OPS and a 10 at-bat minimum. Twins’ center fielder Byron Buxton’s the man on top, though he’s cooled down a bit during his last 7 games where he’s hitting .214. It’s worth noting that Nick Senzel has the least strikeouts (1). Meanwhile, Aaron Judge (5) and Salvador Perez (7) had the most. That said, Perez has been on a tear during his last 7 games with 8 H,1 HR, 2 RBI, .308 AVG.