Player of the Decade for each MLB team

Clayton Kershaw won three Cy Youngs in the 2010s. [Image Source: Flickr | Citywide Angle]
Clayton Kershaw won three Cy Youngs in the 2010s. [Image Source: Flickr | Citywide Angle]

Clayton Kershaw, Jose Altuve, and Joey Votto were among those that dominated in the 2010s.

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After looking at the best players on each team in the NBA last decade, let’s take a look at the previous decade again for the MLB and see who each team’s best player was in the 2010s.

While many teams didn’t take much thought, some had multiple players to be considered. The amount of time someone spent with the team during the decade played a role giving those who spent the majority of the 2010s with the same team an advantage.

Years listed are the seasons that the player spent with that team. All stats listed were taken from Baseball-Reference and are only from when the player played for that particular team.

1

Arizona Diamondbacks - Paul Goldschmidt (2011-18)

In eight seasons with Arizona, Goldschmidt had three top-3 NL MVP finishes, won three Gold Gloves and four Silver Sluggers, and posted an impressive .930 OPS.

2

Atlanta Braves - Freddie Freeman (2010-19)

A superb hitter throughout the decade, Freeman hit .293 with an .883 OPS, cranked out 227 home runs, and finished top-8 in NL MVP voting three times.

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