10 hottest MLB players: From Cody Bellinger to Kevin Kiermaier here are the hottest hunks to keep an eye on
While there's some new talent around the block all set to break and create records, other players are set to make heads turn with their stunning looks and charisma, here are our top 10 picks
Major League Baseball's latest season is almost upon us and while there's some new talent around the block all set to break and create records, other players are set to make heads turn with their stunning looks and charisma as they step up to the plate. Ahead of the upcoming season, we take a look at the 10 hottest MLB players gearing up to play ball.
James McCann (Chicago White Sox)
At 30, McCann is hot property. Nicknamed "McCannon" for his strong throwing abilities, the catcher is also known for his stunningly good looks and those gigantic forearms. Come the new season and White Sox fans will be hoping for the Cannon to blitz the opposition.
Kris Bryant (Chicago Cubs)
With those steely eyes and broad shoulders, Bryant is a sure-shot head turner. He made his major league debut in 2015. He finished the 2019 season hitting .282/.382/.521 with 31 home runs, 77 runs batted in, and 108 runs scored. All eyes will be on Bryant as he takes the field for the Cubs this season.
Nolan Arenado (Colorado Rockies)
The third baseman for the Rockies has quite a few numbers when it comes to rankings. Ranker saw him at #8 of the 61 Most likable active MLB players. Arenado is one of those few top third basemen in the league noted for his contributions as a hitter for power and average.
Mookie Betts (Los Angeles Dodgers)
Betts has been an integral part of the Dodgers. 2018 saw him become the first player in MLB history to win the Most Valuable Player, Silver Slugger, Gold Glove, batting title, and World Series in the same season. And now the sizzling hot right fielder will be in the spotlight when the Dodgers start off their 2020 season.
Cody Bellinger (Los Angeles Dodgers)
Another Dodger makes our list of hottest MLB players. The 25-year-old comes in as the team's first baseman and outfielder and is a powerhouse. His explosiveness on the field and his exploits in 2019 saw him voted the NL MVP.
JD Martinez (Boston Red Sox)
Martinez is a giant and his overwhelming presence has sent ripples of fear to the other teams. To go along with the burly, muscled stature is a generous dose of handsomeness. The outfielder was a vital cog in the Red Sox's 2018 World Series title run.
Lorenzo Cain (Milwaukee Brewers)
The 34-year-old center fielder has been the Brewers asset. In 2019, Cain batted .260/.325/.372 with 11 home runs and 48 RBIs and boasted of the highest opposite field percentage of all National League batters (32.4%). This season, he will be the cynosure of all eyes for fans.
George Springer (Houston Astros)
Well, he might be married, but the outfielder with the broad frame and a million-dollar frame is perfect GIF material. Springer is of Puerto Rican and Panamanian descent and he won hearts this year when he donated $100,000 to Minute Maid Park employees during the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Kevin Kiermaier (Tampa Bay Rays)
The center fielder has that intense gaze that's a heart-melter. The Rawlings Golden Gloves Award recipient is known for his athletic prowess on the field and boasts of an incredibly fit frame and good looks to go with it. Fans will surely be waiting to check him out when he steps up this season.
Noah Syndergaard (New York Mets)
The elite pitcher for the Mets has been nicknamed 'Thor' for a reason. However, despite the stellar talent he possesses, he underwent Tommy John surgery in late March 2020 and while that may keep him off action, that doesn't mean he's not eye-candy.