MLB The Show 18 Player Ratings: Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen Earn Top Overalls At Respective Positions
Los Angeles Dodgers teammates Kenley Jansen and Clayton Kershaw celebrate during the 2017 NLDS
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While there’s no clear starter at second base for the Dodgers, the club has a plethora of viable options that includes the likes of veterans Logan Forsythe and Chase Utley, and utility man Kiké Hernandez.

The aforementioned trio didn’t crack MLB The Show 18’s top-10 rankings, as Houston Astros star Jose Altuve unsurprisingly claimed the top spot with a 91 overall.

There’s a significant drop-off from there, as Daniel Murphy (83), Brian Dozier (83), Dustin Pedroia (81) and Robinson Cano (81) round out the top-five.

New Angels second baseman Ian Kinsler ranks sixth with an 80 rating, while the Baltimore Orioles’ Jonathan Schoop earned the same overall. Finally, rounding out the bottom-three with an identical 78 rating are Cesar Hernandez, Whitt Merrifield and DJ LeMahieu.

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