Thanks to @MLBstats on twitter, we have another astounding stat to put Cody Bellinger’s insane start to his career in perspective.
— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) March 1, 2020
Through 3 seasons, Bellinger is ranked fourth all-time with 111 career home runs. This puts him behind just Albert Pujols, Ralph Kiner, and Eddie Matthews by a few long balls to begin a career.
Obviously, this is the framework of the beginnings of a Hall of Fame career. From here what he does will determine if he ends up that, but with an NLCS and NL MVP award under his belt as well as a Rookie of the Year, he has the resume.
Also, I found some good content on Bellinger talking about his lumber on Louisville Slugger’s official Instagram.
I could listen to this stuff all day long.