The latest power rankings for hitters all across Major League Baseball have been released.
But this morning, MLB tweeted a list of the top 10 hitters.
If you look at it, you’ll see that both Goldschmidt and Judge are in the top 10 still, but that there has been a little bit of movement.
Goldschmidt now ranks No. 3 with Judge sitting at No. 8.
We got movement in the top 10! pic.twitter.com/7GVnXtlBVm
— MLB (@MLB) July 15, 2022
Riley Ranks At The Top
Riley is quietly having a very good season.
The 25-year-old is hitting .284 with 25 home runs and 58 RBI.
He’s also got a very impressive .911 OPS.
Somehow, some way, he is not a part of the National League’s All-Star Game roster.
That’s a major surprise to many across MLB.
But at least the power rankings are kind to him right now.
The people who make those at least understand how good of a hitter Riley truly is.
He’s one of the major keys to the Braves success this year, just as he was last year.
The Braves were in third place in the NL East back in May.
Now, they’re closing on in the top spot, which is held by the New York Mets.
Riley may not be an All-Star, but he’s providing the Braves offense with a little spark as they look to chase down the Mets and repeat as World Series champions.