Finishing second to Ronald Acuna Jr. for the National League Rookie of the Year in 2018, Juan Soto belted 34 Home Runs with 110 RBI in 2019 with a ninth-place finish in 2019. Soto swept the Slash Line (.351/.490/.695) in the COVID-shortened 2020 season and was fifth in MVP voting. Soto was even more impressive in 2021, going to his first All-Star Game, finsihing second to Bryce Harper for the MVP, and winning his second Silver Slugger. He also won his second straight OBP Title.
SotoEntering 2022, Soto was one of the must-watch players in Major League Baseball, but he played on the must-avoid Washington Nationals. The Padres, who were going for it all in 2022, traded for Soto, who just went to his second All-Star Game, With the Nats, Soto had a Slash Line of .291/.427/.528 with 119 Home Runs.
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