Rank 'Em: 2010 Home Run Crown

Created: July 12, 2010, 1:52 PM

Will David Ortiz finish the season as one of the top home run hitters?

Who will claim baseball's home run crown this season?

David Ortiz captured the Home Run Derby as part of baseball's All-Star Game festivities in Anaheim, but will the Red Sox slugger mash his way to the season-long title? Ortiz hit the All-Star break with 18 home runs, six behind Blue Jays' outfielder Jose Bautista for the overall lead across both leagues.

Below you'll find some of the game's most prolific sluggers from the first half of the season. But how will the home run race look at the end of the regular season? Rank away.


 
 
  • At the break: 24 HR
    .543 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 22 HR
    .651 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 16 HR
    .556 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 22 HR
    .588 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 20 HR
    .494 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 18 HR
    .533 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 20 HR
    .554 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 22 HR
    .625 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 21 HR
    .569 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 16 HR
    .529 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 17 HR
    .509 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 20 HR
    .560 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 18 HR
    .618 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 18 HR
    .562 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 18 HR
    .415 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 21 HR
    .576 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 19 HR
    .523 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 20 HR
    .473 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 17 HR
    .548 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 17 HR
    .465 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 22 HR
    .589 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 19 HR
    .524 slugging percentage
  • At the break: 18 HR
    .575 slugging percentage