In the American League of the Major League Baseball, the White Sox's Robert Jr. competes with Shohei Ohtani of the Angels for the home run king. The player hit his 23th home run of the season against the Red Sox on the 38rd. With 44 shots, the gap between him and Ohtani at the top of the ranking is now six.

Robert Jr. The player is a 26-year-old from Cuba. He made his debut with the White Sox in 2020 and has had the most home runs in a season so far with 13, but this season his long-hitting ability has blossomed and he has become a regular center fielder.

Robert Jr. He hit his 23th solo home run in the ninth inning against the Red Sox on the 9rd, giving him a six-run lead over Ohtani with 38.

Robert Jr. With seven games left in the season, Ohtani has not changed his dominance, but he has hit three home runs in his last five games to catch up.

The battle for the American League's home run king is Robert Jr., who is in second place. Players have 44, followed by the Yankees' Judge and the Rangers' Garcia in third place with 6.