2016 American League leaders: Jose Altuve wins batting title for second time in three years

After 162 regularseason games there sata familiar name on top of the https://www.twinsedge.com/minnesota-twins/justin-morneau-jersey American League batting average.Astros second baseman Jose Altuve hit .338 to win his second AL batting title in three years, whileBoston teammates Mookie Betts andDustin Pedroia finished second at .318.Orioles slugger Mark Trumbo led MLB with 47 home runs this season to becomethe fourth straight Baltimore player to hit the most homers in a season.Here are the topfive statistical leaders in each major category in for the AL:Batting averageAltuve, Astros, .338Mookie Betts, Red Sox, .318Dustin Pedroia, Red Sox, .318Miguel Cabrera, Tigers, .316Mike Trout, Angels, .315MORE: Baseball’s most disappointing players of 2016Home runsTrumbo, Orioles,47Nelson Cruz, Mariners,43Khris Davis, A’s,42Brian Dozier, Twins,42Edwin Encarnacion, Blue Jays, 42Runs batted inEncarnacion, Blue Jays,127David Ortiz, Red Sox Kent Hrbek Jersey ,127Albert Pujols, Angels,119Betts, Red Sox,113Hanley Ramirez, Red Sox,111MORE: Ortiz leads list of second-chance starsStolen basesRajai Davis, Indians,43Altuve, Astros,30Jarrod Dyson, Royals,30Trout, Angels,30Betts, Red Sox,26Runs scoredTrout, Angels,123Betts, Red Sox,122Josh Donaldson, Blue Jays,122Ian Kinsler, Tigers,117George Springer, Astros,116HitsAltuve, Astros, 216Betts, Red Sox, 214Pedroia, Red Sox, 201Robinson Cano, Mariners, 195Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox, 192WalksTrout, Angels, 116Donaldson, Blue Jays, 109Carlos Jose Berrios Jersey buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg, buy levitra 10 mg. Santana, Indians, 99Chris Davis, Orioles, 88Springer, Astros 88MORE: Ranking the trade deadline moves in hindsightStarting pitching ERAAaron Sanchez, Blue Jays, 3.00Justin Verlander, Tigers, 3.04Masahiro Tanaka, 3.07Corey Kluber, Indians, 3.14Rick Porcello, Red Sox, 3.15RecordPorcello, Red Sox, 22-4J.A. Happ, Blue Jays, 20-4Kluber, Indians, 18-9David Price, Red Sox, 17-9Chris Sale, White Sox, 17-10SavesZach Britton, Orioles, 47Francisco Rodriguez, Tigers, 44Sam Dyson, Rangers, 38Alex Colome, Rays, 37David Robertson, White Sox, 37StrikeoutsVerlander, Tigers, 254Chris Archer, Rays, 233Sale, White Sox, 233Price, Red Sox, 228Kluber, Indians, 227

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