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Yankees' Aaron Judge has MLB's top selling jersey again

Aaron Judge of the Yankees reacts after his

Aaron Judge of the Yankees reacts after his eighth inning RBI double against the Orioles at Yankee Stadium on Friday, Sep. 21, 2018. Photo Credit: Jim McIsaac

Aaron Judge again has baseball’s most popular jersey. 

MLB says the Yankee slugger’s No. 99 was the top seller for the second straight season. Judge beat out 2017 AL MVP Jose Altuve, who will be trying to repeat as a World Series champion with the Houston Astros next month. 

Judge and the Yankees will face Oakland in the AL wild-card game Wednesday.

Teammate Giancarlo Stanton was ninth in jersey sales in his first season with New York. 

MVP candidates Javier Baez and Mookie Betts each jumped seven spots into the top five. Baez, an electrifying infielder with the Chicago Cubs, ranked third. Betts, the AL MVP favorite with the Boston Red Sox, was fifth. 

Clayton Kershaw was fourth on the list in what could be his final season with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Kershaw can opt out of the final two years of his deal at the end of the season.

Bryce Harper ranked 13th in the last season of his contract with the Washington Nationals. 

Los Angeles Angels two-way sensation Shohei Ohtani ranked eighth. The Japanese rookie also had the most visited player page on the league’s website.

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