CC Sabathia puts Shohei Ohtani over Aaron Judge for MVP

Former pitcher CC Sabathia places Shohei Ohtani over Aaron Judge for the 2022 Major League Baseball – MLB MVP.

CC Sabatahia He has always made clear his fanaticism towards the Japanese of the Anaheim Angels, Shohei Ohtani, so much so that for this 2022 season of Major Leagues – MLB puts him above his former teammate on the New York Yankees, Aaron Judgewho has had a really brilliant year worthy of the American League MVP award.

Sabathia in an MLB Network program in the middle of a debate for the MVP of the Young Circuit, made it clear that Ohtani should win it over Judge and that his former teammate has more than 50 home runs and leads the league in other departments.


“He is the best player to ever play baseball. He is the MVP every year that he is healthy. He continues to improve as a pitcher. You have to give him the MVP,” Sabathia said regarding Ohtani.

In addition, the former left-handed pitcher assured that the Japanese is having a better year than 2021, where he was the Most Valuable and on the other hand, praises the work he does as a hitter and pitcher.


“He’s having a better year than last year. I understand everything that Judge is doing. I think it will be amazing to see him chase 61 home runs in a Yankees uniform. If it wasn’t for him, they probably wouldn’t be in the playoff picture. This guy (Ohtani) is literally the best player we’ve ever seen.”

Without a doubt, these words for the Yankees fans will surely not be to their liking, because seeing what he has in the past with the “Mulos”, he would defend and put “El Juez” as the best and candidate for MVP.


Shohei Ohtani in 2022

  • As a hitter: He has 135 hits, 34 home runs, 88 RBIs, 80 runs scored, 11 stolen bases, a .267 average and an .894 OPS.
  • As a pitcher: In 24 starts, he is 12-8 with a 2.55 ERA, 188 strikeouts and a 1.06 WHIP.

Aaron Judge in 2022

In 137 games, he has 155 hits, 55 homers, 121 charters, 113 runs scored, 16 steals, a .307 AVG and a 1,089 OPS.

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CC Sabathia puts Shohei Ohtani over Aaron Judge for MVP