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Jose Altuve

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By: TR Sullivan Jose Altuve stands 5-foot-6, making him the shortest player in the Major Leagues.That doesn’t seem to bother him, especially when he steps into the batter’s box.Altuve, who was once told he was too short and too young to try out for the Astros,is the ultimate “hit machine” in the Major Leagues. Over a five-year period from2014-18, Altuve hit .331 with a .389 on-base percentage and a .489 sluggingpercentage that showed he was not just a mere singles hitter. He not only averaged 203 hits per season in that five-year stretch but also 39doubles, 17 home runs and...

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Freddie Freeman

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By Joe Frisaro Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman’s road to becoming the 2020 National League Most Valuable Player Award winner was anything but a smooth one. That’s the irony of what turned out being a season in which Freeman made the task of playing baseball appear rather easy. The 31-year-old power-hitting first baseman was dominant at the plate, hitting .341 with 13 home runs and 53 RBIs. He paced the league in doubles (23) and runs (51), leading the Braves to the National League East Division title. Atlanta advanced to the NL Championship Series before being eliminated in seven...

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