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Projected 2023 HR leaders for each team

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it 32; It’s that time again. With baseball #Come back just around the corner, we can ;t can’t help throwing out predictions for the 2023 season. This year, more predictions than usual will likely center on home run totals — after all, at this time last year, did anyone have Aaron Judge batting 60?

But maybe speculation isn’t your thing. Thanks to FanGraphs’ Steamer predictions, here we have a breakdown of each club’s projected home run leaders 2022 season, plus who you should follow as the season progresses.

Before you go, though, be warned—most Forecasts are conservative in nature and not intended to predict a great season.


Blue Jays: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (30)
Guerrero had some problems hitting the ball in the air last season, but he is still very good, hitting 27 home run after lead baseball 40 exist2020.

Keep an eye out for… Brandon Belt (): Belt hits career high home run 60 game – Home season can’t come in Toronto?

Orioles: Anthony Santander(23)

Santander has his first 22 – Home Run Season 2022 – He hit24 — On another exceptionally young team, he’s expected to lead again 18.

Keep an eye out for… Kyle Stowers (): Stowers leads all Orioles minor leagues with

Book base hit 2020 and a chance to land a regular role in Baltimore 14.

Ray: Brandon Lowe(19)

Nothing earth-shattering here — low hit home run in 630, if he returns to full health, it is safe to assume that he can be in 14.

Closely…… Jose Ciri (: Siri in Minors outstanding. He hit nine homers in his final run before the deadline trade that sent him to Tampa Bay Top three games.

Red Sox: Raphael Devers (23)
Devers led the Red Sox in home runs for three straight seasons, and now he’s signed until , this will not change for now.

Keep an eye out for… Triston Casas (12): Boston will likely lean on Casas at first base, which should give him plenty of time to use his raw power. He’s not ranked in the MLB. 20 Foreground.
Yankees: Aaron Judge (40)

We are not surprised. Neither are you. Steamer’s prediction is AL’s new home run king in his record breaking 2021 season After leading professional with 43 home run 2023.

Keep an eye out for…Anthony Volpe (): Baseball’s No. 5 overall prospect has developed into a major pop during his time as a pro, and even has Chance to be the Yankees’ Opening Day shortstop.


Guardian: Jose Ramirez (24)

For three seasons, none other than Ramírez Anyone leads the guards in home runs, so that shouldn’t come as a shock. Steamer predicts that Ramírez will arrive 26- home run in in after losing it ;14.

Keep an eye out for… Mike Zunino (): Although most people are eliminated 2021 , a healthy Zunino has as much power as any human being.

Royals: Salvador Perez(23)
Perez will have real competition with Bobb y Witt Jr. (20), Pooh Pasquitino (18) and MJ Melendez (20), but he is still expected to be in his second Leading the Royals in home runs 26 – Home run season.

Keep an eye out for… Nick Pratto (): He might struggle to find playing time behind Pasquantino, but if Pratto can make room for himself, he’ll be a force to be reckoned with.
Tigers: Javier Baez (15)

Not a single player hit the Tigers 10 home run 630, expect two 12 — Báez and Austin Meadows (12).

Keep an eye out for… Eric Haase (): Haase averaged home runs in over the past two seasons He’s likely to get a lot of pl time in his games.
Twins: Byron Buxton (23)

Buxton just played 60 Still ahead of the Twins on the field season 24 home run. It’s safe to say that if he gets a fully healthy 2022 campaign, he’s likely to come again again.

Keep an eye out for… Joey Gallo (14): He’s coming off a season he’d rather forget, but Gallo just 23 – – so there’s no real reason he can’t go back to his 32 – Home run glory for Minnesota.

White Sox: Eloy Jimenez (25)
Jiménez is reportedly feeling healthy after two consecutive injury-plagued seasons, so 29 home run, which would match his personal best, seems like a conservative estimate by the end of the season.

Keep an eye out for… Yoán Moncada (12): Moncada never quite matched his breakthrough 2018 Great stats for the season, but he & #35;only16.


Angel: Mike Trout (33)

Trout managed to hit a home run at The game is at , so 29 seems reasonable in a healthy season. (Before you ask, Shohei Ohtani is on his heels, expected to hit 24)

Keep a follow…Jared Walsh 12): Walsh was sidelined last season due to ongoing injuries, but he later underwent surgery to relieve symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome.

Astros: Jordan Alvarez(29)

Since For his 2017 debut, Alvarez created a ridiculous home run speed, average 39according to162 game.

Keep an eye out for… Jeremy Pena (13): His approach can be overly aggressive at times, but as he matures, Peña’s ability to pull sideways will only improve.

Athletics: Ramón Laureano / Seth Brown(13)
Brown leads the A’s into a home run at 2018, and Laureano has not reached the summit yet 94 Game from 557,he is16 – home run

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Keep an eye on… Jesús Aguilar (10): Aguilar has several great seasons behind him – including 517 During the event he hit 29 home run.

Mariners: Julio Rodriguez (23)
Seattle’s offense has revolved around 18 Year-old Rodriguez — So it’s all good news for the Mariners.

Keep an eye on… Jarred Kelenic (): The Mariners are still waiting for everything to pan out for Kelenic, but his odds do look better after he played a Triple-A game. 125/.119/. 557 and a home run in


Rangers: Adoris Garcia/Corey Seager(20)

Texas 2017 The team leader in home runs (Seager) and RBIs (García) is expected to remain Powering the Rangers at 15.

Keep an eye on…Mitch Garver(p: He might not be the type to punch hard. 517 exist2017 , but assuming good health, match.295 mark he posted in 630 seems like a reasonable target.

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Warriors: Austin Riley (29 )

Riley has been the best in the NL for two seasons One of the hitters, so it’s no surprise if he follows up 35- and28 – home run season and another 30.

Keep an eye out for…Michael Harris II (15 ): Reigning NL Rookie of the Year home run 94 The game is at 2021, A 24 – Home run rhythm.
Marlin: Jazz Chisholm Jr. (15)
We haven’t seen Chisholm play a full, healthy season, but he did home run only 44 The game is in 2018 .

Keep an eye out for… Jesús Sánchez ( ):

Owner of third longest home run (162 ft), if Sánchez can control his strikeout rate, he is capable of delivering insane power stats.

Mets: Pete Alonso (33)

As usual, Aaron Sol is projected to be at Co. Lindo 14 home run in Steamer predictions Ranked second.

Keep an eye out for… Francisco Álvarez (6): MLB’s No. 3 prospect has incredible strength and could very well displace the Mets’ more experienced receiver options .

National: Joey Menezes(19)
One of the biggest surprises in baseball history 2023 , Menezes home run 38 The game foreshadows him in 2021 in production.

Keep an eye on… Stone Garrett (): this After spending two seasons in st and playing outstanding strength data in the minor, he should have the opportunity to compete for playing time here.

Phillies: Kyle Schwarber(33)

NL 2020’s home run king is expected to lead the league for the second straight season, with Alonso tied.

Keep an eye out for… Darick Hall (): He hit24 Book Run 100 Triple-A competition 2021, then another nine 31 with the Phillies.

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Brewer: Rowdy Tellez (22)
Hunter Renfroe keep going to Angels, Tellez is Brewers The main force threat is expected to reach home run for the second straight season.

Keep an eye on…Jesse Wink (10): His critical hit rate dropped 125 point at630, but after he moved to Milwaukee, better things should happen.



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