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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Left field is one of the few positions at question for the Dodgers, as no clear starter has emerged to this point. A platoon will likely be utilized, with talented players such as Kiké Hernandez, Matt Kemp and Joc Pederson all slated to see playing time.

Though, none of them made the cut for MLB The Show 18’s top-10 rankings. Panorama City, Calif., native and now-Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton earned top honors at the position with an 85 rating.

Crosstown rival and New York Mets star Yoenis Cespedes checks in at No. 2 with an 84 mark. The rest of the top-five consists of a trio of players with an 82 overall in J.D. Martinez, Marcell Ozuna and Christian Yelich.

Cleveland Indians veteran Michael Brantley ranks No. 6 with an 81 rating, while Justin Upton (80) follows him on the list. Completing the top-10 are Michael Conforto (79), Andrew Benintendi (79) and Brett Gardner (78).

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