Mookie Betts has been having one hell of a season. 


It's no coincidence that Betts ​was named one of the three starting outfielders for the AL in this year's All-Star GameHe's proven all doubters wrong, leading the league in average (.346), slugging percentage (.675), and OPS (1.110), and has even added 22 home runs and 16 stolen bases to his resume. He has showcased that he truly is a five-tool talent, racking up 5.7 WAR in the first half of the season.

Betts' recent production has somehow been even better than his season totals. The 25-year-old has managed to get on base in 34 of his last 68 plate appearances, which gives him an insane .500 OBP over that stretch of time. 


To top it all off, ​Betts also has a nine-game hitting streak and a 15-game on-base streak. Talk about impressive.

Betts has been a big reason why the Boston Red Sox find themselves with the best record in all of baseball, and it's evident that his presence in the lineup drastically improves Boston's chances of winning any game they play.