2014’s Top HR Hitters In The MLB: HR Streaks (3 Active): (Ortiz, Solarte, Donaldson) + Abreu’s Monster Start In 2014
David Ortiz not only hit jacks in 2 consecutive games, the ALL – Time DH HR leader hit 2 of them, in both Tuesday and Wednesday’s game.
For his efforts, he has tied for 2nd in AL HRs. The man keeps on ticking even at the age of 38.
Nelson Cruz blasted a shot that almost brought the O’s back in a game they trailed the Tigers 6 – 0. The O’s may have lost 7 – 5, but they continue to receive great play from this man.
Cruz was a bargain basement deal at 1 YR/$8 MIL, for a guy who is currently on pace to smash over 40 HRs, and drive in well over 120 RBI.
These are the kind of numbers the 33 Year Old was posting for the Rangers in 2013, before being placed on 50 game suspension for his part in the Biogenesis PED mess.
Josh Donaldson bashed a HR for his 2nd straight contest, however his spotlight was put aside in Oakland when Jose Abreu came up in the 8th inning a clocked a 3 run homer into orbit at the o.co Coliseum – giving Chicago the 4 – 2 win.
Mike Morse went yard for the 9th time in SF’s 10 – 4 win, and threw his name in the hat for best offseason offensive bargain with Abreu and Cruz.
Morse’s deal was also like Cruz, in that is was a 1 YR deal worth $ 8 MIL.
Abreu has 4 more HRs more than any other MLB’er this year, and has a real shot to hit the most big flies ever after his 50th game, if he can crush 4 HRs in his next 8 games played. 3 would tie the mark.
He would pass Wally Berger‘s 18 total, and Wally Joyner crushing 17, followed by Albert Pujols, Mark McGwire, Zeke Bonura at 16, and he is already tied with Ryan Braun and Kevin Mass, who had 15 HRs at the 50 game plateau.
Of course he didn’t break the record for fastest rookie to hit 15, as Kevin Maas still holds that distinction, with jacking 15 out in just 133 AB. Abreu has 166 official AB thus far.
That list of players is also pretty incredible when you look at it, with McGwire and Pujols nailing over 500+ HRs each, Wally Berger being a former HR champ, and Wally Joyner being one of the best hitting 1B in his generation.
Ryan Braun was pretty prolific HR hitter until his last 2 years with injuries and the whole ‘PED’ thing.
For those counting at home, Abreu is also well above McGwire’s rookie record pace of 49 HRs set in 1987.
The young White Sox 1B is also hitting a dinger for every 11.07 AB.
Chicago management is looking like complete geniuses for locking the man up for a 6 YRs/$68 MIL deal.
Although he will probably fare more like a Jose Bautista for the duration of the contract, which is not a problem at all.
Joey Bats has crushed 108 HRs in a little over 3 years since he inked a 5 YRs/$64 MIL deal after he doled out 54 HRs in his 2010 campaign.
Bautista has hit his 108 HRs in 1445 AB since jotting his name down on the line. This is the kind of value the White Sox should hope for.
This represents RoundTripper hit for every 13.41 AB for the stretch. Bautista has also learned how to draw plenty of Walks, with 294 BB in those 1445 AB, including leading the AL right now with 34 free passes, and possesses a .429 OBP in 2014.
This paragraph shows you that Bautista has also been productive, as he is currently tied for 4th in the AL with 10 HRs, but 5 behind Abreu.
For Games Played Through May.14, 2014
Top 5 HR Leaders AL
Jose Abreu, White Sox – 15
David Ortiz, Red Sox – 11
Nelson Cruz, Orioles – 11
Jose Bautista, Blue Jays – 10
Albert Pujols, Angels – 10
Top 5 HR Leaders NL
Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins – 11
Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies – 11
Adrian Gonzalez, Dodgers – 9
Justin Upton – Braves – 9
Brandon Belt, Giants – 9
Charlie Blackmon – Rockies – 9
Mike Morse, Giants – 9
Multi HR Games in MLB 2014
Ryan Braun – Brewers (3 HR Game) – April.8th
Ryan Braun – Brewers (2 HR Game) – April.19th
David Ortiz, Red Sox (2) – May 14th
2nd streak, second consecutive day.. Impressive 4 HRs in 2 days.
David Ortiz, Red Sox (2) – May 13th
Brandon Moss, A’s (2) – May 13th
Dustin Ackley, Mariners (2) – May 11th
Derek Norris, A’s (2) – May 11th
Corey Dickerson, Rockies (2) – May 10th
Jedd Gyorko, Padres (2) – May 9th
Edwin Encarnacion. Blue Jays (2) – May 8th
Adam Jones, Orioles (2) May 7th
Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies (2) May 5th
Brandon Crawford, Giants (2) – May 4th
Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins (2) – May 4th
2nd Multi HR Game of The Year
George Kottaras, Indians (2) May 4th
Jhonny Peralta, Cards (2) – Apr.27th
Kyle Seager, Mariners (2) – Apr.27th
2nd Multi HR game of the year
Starlin Castro, Cubs (2) – Apr.27th
Jose Abreu, White Sox – (2) Apr.25th
3rd Multi HR game of the year for Abreu
Josh Donaldson, Athletics (2) – Apr.24th
Nelson Cruz, Orioles, (2) – Apr.23rd
Mike Morse, Giants (2) – Apr.23rd
Kyle Seager, Mariners (2) – Apr.23rd
Hector Santiago, Giants (2) – Apr.23rd
Albert Pujols, Angels (2) including 500th HR Apr.22
Charlie Blackmon – Rockies – Apr.21
Wil Myers, Rays (2) April.19th
Ryan Hanigan, Rays (2) April 19th
6th teammates to do the feat this year
Howie Kendrick, Angels (2) – Apr.19
Neil Walker, Pirates (2) – Apr.14th
Gaby Sanchez, Pirates (2) – Apr.14th
5th teammates to do 2 HRs in a same game
Evan Gattis, Braves (2) – Apr.14th
Dan Uggla, Braves (2) – Apr.14th
– 4th teammates to both do it this year in the same game.
Ben Zobrist, Rays (2) – April 13th
Brian McCann, Yankees (2) – Apr 12th
Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins (2) – April 12th
Jose Abreu, White Sox (2) – April 10th (2nd time this year.)
Justin Upton – Braves (2) – April.10th
Russell Martin – Pirates (2) – April.9th
Pedro Alvarez, Pirates (2) Multi HR Game Apr.9th
3rd teammates to do this in the same game
Corey Hart – Mariners (2) – April 8th
Avisail Garcia, White Sox (2) – April 8th
Jose Abreu, White Sox (2) – April 8th
2nd teammates to do this in the same game.
Jason Castro, Astros (2) – April.8th
Matt Kemp, Dodgers – (2) Multi HR Game Apr.06
Hanley Ramirez, Dodgers – (2) Multi HR Game Apr.06
1st teammates to do this in the same game this year.
Nolan Arenado, Rockies (2) Multi HR Game Apr.5
Pedro Alvarez, Pirates (2) Multi HR Game Apr.4
Lucas Duda, NY Mets (2) Multi HR Game Apr.4
Todd Frazier, Reds, (2) Multi HR Game Apr 3rd.
Jose Bautista – Blue Jays (2) Multi HR Game Apr 2nd
Brad Miller, Mariners – (2) Multi HR Game Apr 1st
Freddie Freeman – Braves (2) Multi HR Game Apr 1st
Alejandro De Aza – White Sox (2) – Multi HR Game Mar.31st.
HRs Streaks (Games Consecutive in MLB)
***Denotes Active Streak.
Adrian Gonzalez, Dodgers Apr.09 – Apr.13
Mark Trumbo, D’Backs – 4 Games – Apr.03 – Apr.08
Melky Cabrera, Blue Jays – 4 Games – Apr.04 – Apr.08
Mike Olt, Cubs – May.07 – May.09
Edwin Encarnacion. Blue Jays – May.06 – May.08
Desmond Jennings, Rays, May.01 – May.03
Anthony Rizzo, Cubs, Apr.30 – May.03
Adrian Gonzalez, Dodgers Apr.24 – Apr.26
Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies – Apr.22 – Apr.25
Andrew McCutchen, Pirates – Apr.21 – Apr.23
Charlie Blackmon, Rockies – Apr.20 – Apr.23
Carlos Beltran, Yankees, April.12 – Apr.16
***David Ortiz, Red Sox (2) – May 14th
***Josh Donaldson, Athletics – May 13 – May.14
2nd streak for Donaldson
***Yangervis Solarte, Yankees, – May.13 – May.14
Curtis Granderson, Mets May 12 – May 13
Charlie Blackmon , Rockies May 10 – May 11
2nd streak for Blackmon
Yasiel Puig, Dodgers, May 11 – May.12
Christian Yelich, Marlins, May.11 – May.12
Ian Kinsler, Tigers, May.11 – May.12
C.J. Cron, Angels, May.10 – May.12
Mark Teixeira, Yankees, May.10 – May.11
3rd HR streak for Tex this year
Dustin Ackley, Mariners May 10 – May 11
Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies – May.09 – May 10th
3rd streak for TULO.
Joey Votto, Reds, May.09 – May.10
3rd HRs Streak for Votto.
John Jaso, A’s May .09 – May.10
Yoenis Cespedes, A’s – May.08 – May.09
Steve Pearce, O’s – May.08 – May.09
Asdrubal Cabrera, Indians -May.08 – May.09
Victor Martinez, Tigers – May.07 – May.08
Paul Goldschmidt, Dbacks – May.06 – May. 07
Miguel Cabrera, Tigers – May.06 – May.07
Adrian Beltre, Rangers – May.06 – May.07
Gordon Beckham, White Sox – May.06 – May.07
Yasmani Grandal, Padres – May.05 – May.06
Wil Myers, Rays, May.03 – May.04
Jonathan Villar, Astros, May.03 – May.04
Mike Morse, Giants – May.02 – May.03
Mark Teixeira, Yankees, May.02 – May.03
Colby Rasmus, Blue Jays, May.01 – May.02
2nd HR streak for Rasmus of 2 games this year
Marlon Byrd, Phillies, Apr.30 – May.02
Angel Pagan, Giants, May.01 – May.02
Nick Markakis, Orioles, May.1 (Doubleheader)
Carlos Gonzalez, Rockies, Apr.30 – May.01
Brayan Pena, Reds, Apr.30 – May.01
Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies Apr.28 – Apr.29
Mark Teixeira, Yankees Apr.27 – Apr.29
Carlos Santana, Indians Apr.28 – Apr.29
Brandon Hicks, Giants Apr.27 – Apr.28
Kyle Seager, Mariners Apr.26 – Apr.27th
Juan Francisco, Blue Jays, Apr.25 – Apr.26
Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Apr.25 – Apr.26
Justin Upton – Braves, Apr.25 – Apr.26
Josh Donaldson, Athletics – Apr.24 – Apr.25
Mike Morse, Giants – Apr.23 – Apr.25
Adam Dunn, White Sox – Apr.22 – Apr.24
Jose Abreu, White Sox – Apr.22 – Apr.23
Nelson Cruz, Orioles, – Apr.22 – Apr.23
Brett Lawrie, Blue Jays – Apr.22 – Apr.23
Mike Moustakas, Royals – Apr.22 – Apr.23
Chris Colabello, Twins – Apr.22 – Apr.23
Chris Carter, Astros – Apr.22 – Apr.23
Mike Napoli, Red Sox – Apr.21 – Apr.22
Nolan Arenado, Rockies – Apr.21 – Apr.22
Matt Dominguez, Astros – Apr.21 – Apr.22
Ryan Howard, Phillies – Apr.20 – Apr.21
Michael Brantley, Indians – Apr.20 – Apr.21
Mark Reynolds, Brewers – Apr.19 – Apr.20
Ryan Braun – Brewers – April.19th – Apr.20
Albert Pujols, Angels – Apr.18th – Apr.19th
3rd consecutive streak for Pujols (2 games each time for all 6 HRs)
Sean Rodriguez, Rays – Apr.17 – Apr.18
Zach Walters, Nationals – Apr.15 – Apr.16
Evan Gattis, Braves – Apr.14 – Apr.16
Brett Lawrie, Blue Jays – Apr.13 – Apr.15
Neil Walker, Pirates – Apr.14 – Apr.15
Todd Frazier, Reds – Apr.14 – Apr.15
Jhonny Peralta, Cardinals – Apr.14 – Apr.15
Juan Uribe, Dodgers – Apr.13 – Apr.15
Ryan Howard, Phillies, Apr.13 – Apr.14
Andrelton Simmons, Braves, Apr.13 – Apr.14
Garrett Jones, Marlins, Apr.13 – Apr.14
Joey Votto, Reds, Apr.13 – Apr.14
Devin Mesoraco, Reds, Apr.13 – Apr.14
Wilin Rosario, Rockies, Apr.13 – Apr.14
Albert Pujols, Angles, Apr.13 – Apr.14
-2nd consecutive streak for Pujols.
Yoenis Cespedes, Athletics, Apr.13 – Apr.14
Colby Rasmus, Blue Jays, Apr.12 – Apr.13
Josh Donaldson, Athletics, April.12 – Apr.13
Raul Ibanez, Angels, April.12 – Apr.13
Freddie Freeman, Braves, Apr.12 – Apr.13
Alfonso Soriano, Yankees, Apr.11 – Apr.12
Justin Upton, Braves, Apr.10 – Apr.11
Albert Pujols, Angels – Apr.08, Apr.09
Brian Dozier, Twins – Apr.09, Apr.10
Travis Snider, Pirates – Apr.09, Apr.10
Pedro Alvarez, Pirates – Apr.09, Apr.10
Jayson Werth, Nationals – Apr.09, Apr.10
Kelly Johnson, Yankees – 2 Games Apr.08, Apr.09
Derek Norris, Athletics – 2 Games – Apr.08 – Apr.09
Josh Hamilton, Angels – 2 Games – Apr.04 – Apr.05
Chase Utley, Phillies – 2 Games – Apr.04 – Apr.05
Jay Bruce, Reds – 2 Games – Apr.03 – Apr.04
Nelson Cruz, Orioles – 2 Games Apr.1 – Apr.03
Seth Smith, Padres – 2 Games Mar.30 – Apr.1
Brandon Belt, Giants – 2 Games – Mar.31 – Apr.1
*** The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of mlbreports.com and their partners***
For all of the Rosters, Depth Charts, State of the Unions and Salaries Posts that we do, please visit our dedicated page link here.
Please e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and feedback. To subscribe to our website and have the Daily Reports sent directly to your inbox, click here and follow the link at the top of our homepage.
Like us on Facebook here
Posted on May 15, 2014, in Players: Fantasy Baseball Articles, The Rest: Everything Baseball and tagged adam jones, adrian beltre, albert pujols, alexei ramirez, American League top 5 HR hitters, angel pagan, anthony rizzo, Articles adrian gonzalez, avisail garcia, Beat The Streak 2014 MLB, ben zobrist, brad miller, brandon belt, brandon crawford, Brandon Hicks, brandon moss, brayan pena, brett lawrie, Brian Dozier, buster posey, c.j. cron, carlos beltran, carlos gomez, carlos gonzalez, cc sabathia, charlie blackmon, chase utley, chris carter, Chris Colabello, christian yelich, corey hart, curtis granderson, dan uggla, david ortiz, derek norris, desmond jennings, devin mesoraco, Dustin Ackley, edwin encarnacion, evan gattis, freddie freeman, gaby sanchez, george kottaras, giancarlo stanton, gordon beckham, hanley ramirez, hector santiago, Home Run Streaks 2014 MLB, howie kendrick, ian kinsler, jarrod saltalamacchia, jason castro, jay bruce, jayson werth, jhonny peralta, joey votto, john jaso, Jonathan Villar, jose abreu, jose bautista, josh donaldson, josh hamilton, Juan Francisco, justin upton, kelly johnson, kevin maas, kyle seager, lucas duda, mark mcgwire, mark reynolds, mark trumbo, marlon byrd, matt dominguez, matt kemp, melky cabrera, michael brantley, mickey tettleton, miguel cabrera, mike napoli, Mike Trout, Multi HR Games 2014, National League top 5 HR hitters, neil walker, nelson cruz, new york yankees, pablo sandoval, paul goldschmidt, pedro alvarez, russell martin, ryan braun, ryan howard, sean rodriguez, seth smith, steve pearce, todd frazier, top 5 home run hitters, top 5 home run hitters in the MLB 2014, travis snider, Troy Tulowizki, victor martinez, wally berger, wally joyner, wbc tournament 2013, wil myers, Yangervis Solarte, yasiel puig, yoenis cespedes, zach walters, zeke bonura. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on 2014’s Top HR Hitters In The MLB: HR Streaks (3 Active): (Ortiz, Solarte, Donaldson) + Abreu’s Monster Start In 2014.