​If you had any doubts about whether Christian Yelich's MVP season in 2018 was a fluke, he is putting all of them to bed with an emphatic start to the season. Yelich now stands alone atop the ​baseball leaderboards with 11 home runs, as he took Dodgers starter Ross Stripling to deep right field to give the ​Milwaukee Brewers a 2-0 lead again Friday night.

​​Yelich continues to work his way towards a second MVP. He's already reached double-digit home runs in 20 games, which is faster than anyone in Brewers history. He is just playing out of his mind right now. 

​​Part of why he is so dominant is the fact that there is no better player/ballpark matchup than Yelich and Miller Park. Since the 2018 All-Star Break, Yelich has the best home slugging percentage in all of baseball, dwarfing second place finisher Rhys Hoskins. 

​​With every Yelich home run and every Lewis Brinson strikeout, that trade looks better for Milwaukee and even worse for Miami.