While the National League's field of rookies [VIDEO] may have a little more depth, don't sleep on the talent of first-year players in the American League.

With the season at about the three-quarter mark, here are the top ten contenders for American League Rookie of the Year.

10. Ryan Yarbrough (RP/SP) - Tampa Bay Rays

  • Stats: 31 G (5 GS), 12-5 record, 3.84 ERA, 1.26 WHIP, 107 K, 119.2 IP

Yarbrough’s 12 wins are four more than any other rookie on the season.

9. Isiah Kiner-Falefa (3B/C/2B) - Texas Rangers

  • Stats: 340 PA, .266 BA, .702 OPS, 4 HR, 17 2B, 2 3B, 7 SB, 32 RBI, 42 R

Kiner-Falefa's versatility to play multiple positions brings him much value for Texas.

He had a recent stretch of six multi-hit games in seven outings.

8. Ryne Stanek (SP/RP) - Tampa Bay Rays

  • Stats: 43 G (21 GS), 1-3 record, 2.58 ERA, 1.05 WHIP, 64 K, 52.1 IP

Stanek has started 21 games but has only lasted about 1.5 innings per start as Tampa Bay often utilizes a reliever to begin the game.

7. Brad Keller (SP/RP) - Kansas City Royals

  • Stats: 36 G (15 GS). 6-5 record, 3.33 ERA, 1.35 WHIP, 72 K, 105.1 IP

Keller has helped the Royals both as a starter (3.69 ERA in 15 starts) and as a reliever (2.01 ERA in 21 relief appearances).

6. Jaime Barria (SP) - Los Angeles Angels

  • Stats: 19 G (19 GS), 8-7 record, 3.41 ERA, 1.24 WHIP, 76 K, 97.2 IP

Barria has allowed just two earned runs while striking out 17 hitters in 15.2 innings over his last three starts.

5. Joey Wendle (2B) - Tampa Bay Rays

  • Stats: 412 PA, .288 BA, .758 OPS, 7 HR, 18 2B, 5 3B, 8 SB, 45 RBI, 42 R

Wendle is hitting .301 with an .842 OPS in 28 games since the All-Star break.

4. Lou Trivino (RP) - Oakland Athletics

  • Stats: 54 G (0 GS), 8-2 record, 1.60 ERA, 1.02 WHIP, 4 SV, 65 K, 62.0 IP

Opposing hitters have just hit .175 with a .250 slugging percentage off Trivino on the year.

3. Shohei Ohtani (DH/SP) - Los Angeles Angels

  • Hitting Stats: 250 PA, .270 BA, .872 OPS, 13 HR, 15 2B, 1 3B, 6 SB, 38 RBI, 35 R
  • Pitching Stats: 9 G (9 GS), 4-1 record, 3.10 ERA, 1.14 WHIP, 61 K, 49.1 IP

Unfortunately, Ohtani hasn’t pitched since the beginning of June due to injury. According to CBS Sports, he was scheduled to have a bullpen session on Friday.

2. Gleyber Torres (2B) - New York Yankees

  • Stats: 351 PA, .264 BA, .812 OPS, 18 HR, 12 2B, 1 3B, 4 SB, 55 RBI, 41 R

Torres was likely the favorite around a month ago, but he has hit just .198 since the All-Star break.

1. Miguel Andujar (3B) - New York Yankees

  • Stats: 470 PA, .297 BA, .849 OPS, 20 HR, 36 2B, 2 3B, 2 SB, 66 RBI, 65 R

Meanwhile, Andujar is hitting .341 with eight home runs and a .962 OPS since the All-Star break. SB Nation discussed how Andujar’s bat has been invaluable for the Yankees this year.