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MLB: What Randy Arozarena would need to be MVP of the 2023 season

Randy Arozarena and the Tampa Bay Rays remain in the playoffs in the 2023 MLB season; this would need the Mexican to be named MVP

The Tampa Bay Rays, with Randy Arozarena, a Mexican baseball player, on their roster, remains one of the divisional leaders in the 2023 MLB season. The Florida team dominates the American League East in the Major Leagues, above the Baltimore Orioles, Toronto Blue Jays, Boston Red Sox, and New York Yankees.

With the passing of the Rays, who would be close to guaranteeing their place in the playoffs for the 2023 season, Randy Arozarena is one of the leading statistical players and would aspire to receive one of the individual awards at the end of the campaign: the Cuban-born outfielder, a Mexican national, could receive the Gold Glove for what he achieved within his position or as the Most Valuable Player of the American League.

What Randy Arozarena would need to be MVP of the 2023 season?

Aaron Judge, who was the 2022 America League Most Valuable Player, had 62 home runs and 131 RBIs; In addition, the New York Yankees player broke the home run record. Taking the statistics of New York outfielder Randy Arozarena, who has 16 home runs and 60 runs generated, as a reference, he would have 65 games this season to equal or exceed the MVP mark from the previous year.

In addition, in the current season of the Major Leagues, Shohei Ohtani, of the Los Angeles Angels, is the statistical leader in home runs in the American League: the Japanese player has 35 home runs; On the other hand, Adolis García, from the Texas Rangers, occupies the first place in career produced, with 80, in the ‘New Circuit’.

Tampa Bay Rays seek their first World Series title

The Tampa Bay Rays are one of the teams that have yet to win a World Series title within the Major Leagues. In 2020 it was the most recent occasion where the ninth from Florida was able to be crowned in the MLB.

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