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Who are the major-league players?
There are a lot of major-leaguers out there.
There are plenty of high-profile players in the majors.
But there are also plenty of people who play in the minor leagues, minor leagues and minor leagues that aren’t big names.
Here’s a look at the major leagues.
Bryce Harper (LAD) There is no question that Bryce Harper is the most popular player in the Major Leagues.
He has more than 2.4 million fans in the U.S., according to FanGraphs, which is more than anyone else in the game.
Harper’s home in Arlington, Texas, has a capacity of nearly 5,000 fans.
He is on pace to be the highest-paid player in Major League Baseball history, according to Forbes.
He’s currently in the first round of the National League All-Star Game.
He had a breakout year last season with .301 average, 21 homers, 63 RBIs and 10 stolen bases.
Harper also led the American League in hits and home runs.
He will make his debut for the Nationals on July 3.
Joey Gallo (TEX) Joey Gallos career has been on the decline since he was drafted by the Mets in the ninth round of last year’s draft.
In 2014, he hit just .238 with two homers and 13 RBIs in just 68 games.
He also had one bad performance in his final 20 games.
But this season, Gallo is hitting .273 with four homers, 27 RBIs, 18 runs scored and 18 stolen bases in 44 games.
Aaron Judge (LAA) Judge’s season was derailed last season, as he was struggling to find consistency at the plate and in the field.
But he has come back strong this season.
He hit .324 with a .737 OPS and is batting .317 this year.
Judge was named the American Association Player of the Month in July after hitting .400 with a 1.083 OPS in six games.
Judge will be the first American League pitcher to win the award in 2017.
Mike Trout (LAK) Mike Trout is on a bit of a tear in the National Leagues right now.
He leads the American Leagues in home runs and slugging percentage.
He hits .328 with 14 homers and 27 RBI and has scored a career-high 38 runs.
His hitting has taken a huge step forward this season and he has led the league in runs scored, slugging and OPS in each of the last two seasons.
Nelson Cruz (CLE) Nelson Cruz has been a revelation for the Cleveland Indians this season as the team’s starting shortstop.
He was selected by the Indians in the eighth round of this year’s MLB Draft, and he is making his MLB debut on July 1 against the Kansas City Royals.
Andrew McCutchen (CHC) Andrew McCutschen is the best hitter in the league this year, and his .315 batting average and 18 homers are just some of his numbers.
McCutchens .324 batting average is the second-best in the Majors, behind only Mike Trout.
He just won the American Series with the Cleveland Astros, and the two-time NL MVP has an outstanding track record.
Miguel Cabrera (TB) Miguel Cabrera is in the midst of a historic season.
His batting average (.336) and on-base percentage (.391) are career highs.
Cabrera also leads the Majs in homers and RBIs.
Mike Napoli (PHI) Mike Napolis hitting .341 with a career high 20 homers and 30 RBIs is a career year.
He joined the Nationals last season after a career with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Jose Abreu (COL) Jose Abro is on fire in the NL Central.
He led the Maj leagues in home run average, RBIs (52) and slugged percentage (.548).
Abreuz is batting just .231 this season with two home runs, 19 RBIs to just six runs.
Manny Machado (TB)(LAD)(TEX)(CHC)(COL)(PHI)(CWS) Manny Machados batting average in the minors is down from his high of .323.
His on-field performance has been steady as he is hitting well, with just one homer and two steals.
Edwin Encarnacion (ST