Top 10 Best MLB Hitters of 2010
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This debate is pretty easy, no on has had this type of consistency period... Homeruns, On base, extra base Average... He is in a league of his own 10 years of damn near perfection
Hes a freaking beast! no 1 rite mow is better then this guy! id like 2 c someone try 2 find some one playng right now that is better then this guy n prove y. he's havin an allstar year! no doubt about it!
That's strange. I don't see Jose Bautista on this list. Didn't he lead the league in homers? Quite a shame that he wasn't included.
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He was the youngest batter to hit 500 homeruns! and he is BEAST! I LOVE HIM AND THE NEW YORK YANKEES!
Omg a-rod the best and Hits way betta then poopjewels. bring it on poopjewels a-rod takin you down
Good catcher Great hitter!
derek is the best hitter when it comes 2 the world series
Ryan Howard strikes out constantly. He hardly ever comes through when we need him. Whenever he comes up and there's 2 outs the players are already to pick their gloves back up. He's a embarrassment to Philadelphia. The phillies bench players are even better. Howard drags the team average down. I wish the phillies would lose him but no other team wants him as a starter - SabbathV 1 Comment
Nobody drives the ball to the opposite-CF as him, second to him Pujols... I would it love to see Manny playing in his prime in the NL as Pujols is playing now.
I think Manny should be placed up in at least the top 3 instead of 5 come on Manny is one of the best when it comes to hitting the ball
There's no comment on this, because he is too good for hitting, fielding, and running. He is just really great.
He went ten years with 200 or more hits and 310 or more battling average. Also he has the most hits in a season with 262.
Ryan Howard is the biggest embarrassment to my home team. He's almost as bad as Pat Burrell - Sabbath
First Of All, no, Suzuki didn't have the best avg, hamilton did. Second, Joey Votto or Hamilton Should be 1 and 2 in no order. Those two had a better 2010 season than anybody. And don't forget Miguel Cabrera.
The best hands down
Bet he will win MVP one day
He should be 10 he makes 22 million dollars a year
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2. Alex Rodriguez, Yankees
3. Joe Mauer, Twins