Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner continued to cement himself as one of the league’s best third basemen in 2017. He hit .322/.415/.530 over 543 plate appearances (151 wRC+) with 21 homers and 71 RBI — all while providing elite defense at his respective position.
Turner will be sidelined for the foreseeable future after fracturing his left wrist last Monday, but nevertheless places sixth in MLB The Show 18’s rankings with an 85 overall.
Earning top honors is Colorado Rockies star Nolan Arenado, who owns one of the few 90 overall ratings in the game. Completing the top-five is Josh Donaldson (86), Kris Bryant (86), Jose Ramirez (85) and Adrian Beltre (85).
The bottom-four features a blend of youth and veteran, as Anthony Rendon is tabbed with an 84 overall. Following him are Alex Bregman (83), Mike Moustakas (82) and Zack Cozart (81).
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