Tim Anderson isn’t a name that immediately jumps out when baseball fans talk about the best shortstops in the game. But he has firmly put himself into the conversation. At 27, Anderson, the starting shortstop for the Chicago White Sox, keeps getting better and better, and that’s a scary thought, particularly for American League pitchers. In 2019, Anderson won the American League batting title with a .335 average. He also tallied 18 home runs, drove in 56 runs, stole 17 bases and finished with a .508 slugging percentage. With a season like that, you’d think that Anderson would have received…

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Chris Stevens

Chris Stevens is a writer in Midland, Mich., who has covered the Class A Great Lakes Loons, a Dodgers farm club.

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