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Predicting Top 5 MLB RBI Leaders By End of 2014

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Predicting Top 5 MLB RBI Leaders By End of 2014

Chris Davis
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Last season, Chris Davis had 138 RBIs to lead all of MLB. With no clear-cut winner as of yet for the RBI leader, who will drive in the most runs for the last month to win the RBI crown in 2014?

5. Adrian Gonzalez

Adrian Gonzalez
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5. Adrian Gonzalez

Adrian Gonzalez
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Currently eighth in MLB with 83 RBIs, Adrian Gonzalez drives in runs year after year. He has consistently had over 100 RBIs each season for the past five years, so do not be surprised if he makes a late surge to the top RBI player.

4. Mike Trout

Mike Trout
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4. Mike Trout

Mike Trout
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Not known for driving in runs, Mike Trout has 87 RBIs so far this season. Batting second for the high-powered Los Angeles Angels lineup will improve his RBI total. Look for Trout to contend for the leader in RBIs this season.

3. David Ortiz

David Ortiz
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3. David Ortiz

David Ortiz
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Leading MLB with 91 RBIs, David Ortiz has been playing great despite the record of the Boston Red Sox. Ortiz seems to knock in runs without even trying, but he could decline due to the Red Sox' struggles to win games.

2. Jose Abreu

Jose Abreu
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2. Jose Abreu

Jose Abreu
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The to-be AL Rookie of the Year winner has 89 RBIs this season. Jose Abreu has surprised MLB this season with his immediate success. He has dropped his home run pace as of late but should be contending for the top RBI spot.

1. Miguel Cabrera

Miguel Cabrera
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1. Miguel Cabrera

Miguel Cabrera
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Surprise, surprise. Miguel Cabrera lands the top spot on this list, but he is currently fifth on the RBI totals. The Detroit Tigers have fallen off lately, but Miguel Cabrera will continue to drive in base runners. He will need to produce runs for the Tigers to make the 2014 playoffs.