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OPS over two-plus seasons). Judge has an excellent supporting cast.

Butch Dill / USA Today Sports Images


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Harper, who recently signed a $330 million contract with Philadelphia, is the NL favorite to win his second MVP Award. He should be helped by the small confines at Citizens Bank Park, but the pressure will be on after getting a huge payday.

Kim Klement / USA Today Sports Images


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Lindor, who has made three consecutive All-Star Game appearances, is plagued with a calf injury that could put his Opening Day availability in jeopardy. He will be even more important this year for a Cleveland team that lost Michael Brantley and Yan Gomes in the offseason.

Joe Camporeale / USA Today Sports Images


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Hoskins has 52 home runs in only 203 MLB games, and he’s set to move back to his natural position of first base after struggling in the outfield last year. Likely to protect Bryce Harper in the Phils lineup, Hoskins could produce huge RBI numbers.

Butch Dill / USA Today Sports Images


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Year 1 of Martinez’s five-year, $110 million contract was terrific for Boston, as he competed for the Triple Crown after hitting .330-43-130; he finished fourth in the AL MVP vote. That will be tough to repeat, but he has hit more than 40 home runs in each of the past two seasons.

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Machado recently signed a 10-year, $300 million contract with the Padres and is set to start at third base. He has hit at least 33 home runs in four consecutive seasons and has a wealth of young talent around him in San Diego.

Joe Camporeale / USA Today Sports Images


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title: ‘AL: George Springer, OF, Astros’,
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Although he made a second straight All-Star Game appearance, Springer is coming off a somewhat disappointing 2018. He won the Silver Slugger in 2017 after hitting .283-34-85 with an .889 OPS. He is likely to hit leadoff again for the Astros.

Thomas Shea / USA Today Sports Images


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With Bryce Harper and Daniel Murphy gone, Rendon is the most proven hitter in the Nationals lineup. He has hit at least 20 home runs in four of the past five seasons; he’s also hit above .300 in the past two seasons. His best finish in the MVP voting was fifth in 2014.

Isaiah J. Downing / USA Today Sports Images


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The 2017 NL MVP winner with a mammoth .281-59-132 season in Miami, Stanton was a relative disappointment after hitting “just” .266-38-100 for the Yankees last year. At age 29, Stanton is capable of another MVP; playing in hitter-friendly Yankee Stadium helps.

Butch Dill / USA Today Sports Images


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Rizzo has been one of baseball’s most consistent offensive performers, with an OPS from .846 to .928 in each of the past five seasons. He remains in his prime at age 29 and has finished fourth in the MVP voting twice.

Patrick Gorski / USA Today Sports Images


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title: ‘AL: Mike Trout, OF, Angels’,
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The consensus best player in baseball, Trout has won two MVP Awards and finished top four in the voting in each of the past seven seasons. He reportedly is finalizing a 12-year, $430 million deal, the largest contract in professional sports history. Trout led the AL in OPS during three of the last four years and is unsurprisingly the favorite to win the AL MVP this year. 

Rick Scuteri / USA Today Sports Images


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title: ‘NL: Eugenio Suarez, 3B, Reds’,
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Suarez has shown steady offensive growth during his career and is coming off a career year (.283-34-104). The Reds have added significant talent this offseason, and Suarez could be a dark-horse MVP candidate if the team plays as the front office expects.

Aaron Doster / USA Today Sports Images


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The diminutive Ramirez has become an elite power hitter, launching 39 home runs last year and posting an OPS well above .900 for the second straight year. He was also a 30/30 man for the first time and finished third in the AL MVP voting for the second straight year.

Peter Aiken / USA Today Sports Images


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The reigning NL MVP, Yelich hit .326-36-110 last year in his first season with the Brewers. He led the league in batting average and slugging and also grades well defensively. Milwaukee’s expectations are high this year after adding Yasmani Grandal and re-signing Mike Moustakas.

Gary A. Vasquez / USA Today Sports Images


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