Regular season 2021 of the Major League Baseball – MLB is coming to an end and while we know who leads in offense, pitching and more, below we show you the baseball players what else mistakes They are on the defensive in this course.
We know who is fighting for the MVP, Cy Young and other awards, but we will show you those players who currently in the Major Leagues with the glove are not having a great year and are leading the error department in this season of the best baseball in the world , being names that will surely surprise you to see.
The defense in each position gives a striking shine to the MLB and although these players lead the league in errors, it does not mean that they are bad with the glove, but it is something they must improve to stop commanding a list in which no player wants to be.
Who are they?
Bo Bichette (Toronto Blue Jays)
The young Toronto shortstop has 24 errors and leads the entire MLB in blunders, something he must improve without a doubt. His fielding percentage is .951.
Luis Urías (Milwaukee Brewers)
The Mexican has 23 defensive errors and has played in various positions in the infield, both third base, second base and shortstop.
Jazz Chisholm Jr. (Miami Marlins)
The Marlins second baseman has a total of 22 errors and in a total of 79 games at that position he has a fielding percentage of .960.
Javier Báez (New York Mets)
“El Mago” has 22 errors this season in the Major Leagues (20 as shortstop and two as second base), being something that should improve as a whole to strikeouts, which with 165 is in fifth place in the entire league.
Fernando Tatís Jr. (San Diego Padres)
The Dominican has 20 errors in the 2021 season, all at shortstop, recalling that he has played 24 games in the outfield due to shoulder problems.
Rafael Devers (Boston Red Sox)
The third baseman turns out to have 20 errors and despite being one of the best hitters in the MLB, he must improve his glove to remain an All-Star player, as third baseman has a fielding percentage of .950.
Gleyber Torres (New York Yankees)
The Venezuelan continues to leave doubts with his defense and with 18 errors in the SS he is marking his season in the MLB with more mistakes. Plus, so much so that manager Aaron Boone moved him to second base.
José Iglesias (Boston Red Sox)
The Cuban has 17 errors and despite being one of the most elegant shortstop, it is surprising to see his name here. He has a fielding percentage this 2021 of .960.
More sins per position
- Christian Vazquez (Boston Red Sox): 7 errors
- Miguel Sanó (Minnesota Twins): 12 errors
- Cesar Hernandez (Chicago White Sox): 11 errors
- Rafael Devers (Boston Red Sox): 20 errors
- Bo Bichette (Toronto Blue Jays): 24 errors
- Tyler O’Neill (St. Louis Cardinals): 9 errors
- Cedric Mullins (Baltimore Orioles): 6 errors
- Hunter Renfroe (Boston Red Sox): 9 errors
- Charlie Morton (Atlanta Braves): 3 errors
Of all this, what surprises me the most is that many Latino players say present among defensive errors, being a total of nine (9).