Matt Harvey and David Wright of the Mets landed in Major League Baseball's list of most popular player jerseys for the first half of the season.
Meanwhile, the Yankees did not place any players in the top 20.
Harvey placed eighth and the injured Wright, who has played in only eight games this season, ranked 17th.
The sales were from the period between Opening Day and the All-Star Games. The list is based on sales from MLB.com and the Majestic jersey shop.
MLB and the players' union first released jersey rankings in 2010.
The Giants dominated the top half of the list. Pitcher Madison Bumgarner had the top-selling jersey, catcher Buster Posey ranked third and outfielder Hunter Pence finished sixth.
Cubs rookie third baseman Kris Bryant ranked second, Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw finished fourth, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was fifth, Angels outfielder Mike Trout was seventh, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was ninth, and Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo placed 10th.
According to MLB communications, Bumgarner and Bryant are making their debuts on the list. MLB communications also said that Bryant is the highest a rookie has ranked in the list of most popular jerseys.
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