While Ronald Acuna Jr. has received most of the headlines [VIDEO] amongst National League rookies, this season’s first-year class has been deep with productive players.

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

10. Yoshihisa Hirano (RP) - Arizona Diamondbacks

  • Stats: 60 G (0 GS), 4-2 record, 2.15 ERA, 1.01 WHIP, 45 K, 54.1 IP

If Hirano’s July is taken away, he has allowed just six earned runs in 44.2 innings.

9. Reyes Moronta (RP) - San Francisco Giants

  • Stats: 59 G (0 GS), 5-1 record, 2.06 ERA, 1.04 WHIP, 1 SV, 66 K, 56.2 IP

Moronta has dominated opposing hitters holding them to only a .143 batting average.

8. Seranthony Dominguez (RP) - Philadelphia Phillies

  • Stats: 40 G (0 GS), 1-4 record, 2.66 ERA, 0.89 WHIP, 14 SV, 56 K, 44.0 IP

Dominguez took over the closer role for the Phillies in June and is striking out 11.5 hitters per nine innings on the season.

7. Brian Anderson (OF/3B) - Miami Marlins

  • Stats: 559 PA, .277 BA, .754 OPS, 9 HR, 26 2B, 3 3B, 2 SB, 54 RBI, 68 R

Anderson leads all National League rookies in doubles, runs, and RBIs.

6. Harrison Bader (OF) - St. Louis Cardinals

  • Stats: 301 PA, .279 BA, .789 OPS, 9 HR, 12 2B, 2 3B, 12 SB, 25 RBI, 47 R

Bader has seemed to get better as the season has gone along and is batting .319 with a .935 OPS in 21 August games.

5. Juan Soto (OF) - Washington Nationals

  • Stats: 349 PA, .287 BA, .920 OPS, 15 HR, 18 2B, 1 3B, 2 SB, 45 RBI, 58 R

Just 19 years old, Soto’s 15 home runs are already the fifth-most ever before turning 20.

4. Dereck Rodriguez (SP) - San Francisco Giants

  • Stats: 14 G (12 GS), 6-1 record, 2.25 ERA, 1.00 WHIP, 65 K, 80.0 IP

Called up in late May, the son of Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez is currently on the DL with a hamstring injury. According to CBS Sports, he is expected to start on Friday.

3. Walker Buehler (SP) - Los Angeles Dodgers

  • Stats: 17 G (16 GS), 6-4 record, 2.96 ERA, 1.02 WHIP, 102 K, 94.1 IP

Buehler has been pitching even better of late, as he has allowed just one run in 20 innings while striking out 23 in his last three starts.

2. Jack Flaherty (SP) - St. Louis Cardinals

  • Stats: 21 G (21 GS), 7-6 record, 2.97 ERA, 1.05 WHIP, 144 K, 115.1 IP

Flaherty currently sits 12th in the National League in strikeouts. If he had enough innings to qualify, he would be seventh in ERA.

1. Ronald Acuna Jr. (OF) - Atlanta Braves

  • Stats: 327 PA, .286 BA, .926 OPS, 21 HR, 19 2B, 1 3B, 10 SB, 45 RBI, 55 R

Acuna Jr., perhaps the most-hyped rookie entering the season [VIDEO], has jumped over everyone due to his current torrid stretch. Over his last 17 games, he is hitting .375 with ten homers and a 1.373 OPS. CUT4 of MLB.com showed how Acuna Jr.'s home run on Thursday was hit so hard that it caused damage to Marlins Park.