Amidst his breakout season, Ketel Marte missed a few games in the season prior to his season ending back injury in late September. All told, Marte appeared in 144 games with 97 runs, 32 home runs, 92 RBI, 10 stolen bases, and a robust .329/.389/.592 slash line over 628 plate appearances. Improved plate discipline and a surge in power fueled Marte’s success. Note his ranks in the National League across so many categories: 

  • First in multi-hit games (59)
  • Second in hits (187)
  • Second in batting average (.329)
  • Third in triples (9)
  • Fourth in total bases (337)
  • Fourth in three-hit games (17)
  • Fourth in on-base plus slugging percentage (.981)
  • Fourth in slugging percentage (.592)
  • Sixth in on-base percentage (.389)

Marte set career highs in hits, doubles (36), home runs, RBI and runs. From June 15th until his season ended, Marte recorded a .380 average (109-for-287) with a .445 on-base percentage, .655 slugging percent, 22 doubles, six triples, 15 home runs, and 45...