The Hot Corner has become one of the premier positions in baseball over the last few seasons, thanks to an incredible influx of elite talent.
Now, every year, we have incredible contention for MVP, Silver Sluggers, and Gold Gloves at the position in both leagues.
It might be the best position in baseball today. And here are the 10 best in the league in the 2017 season:
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Mike Moustakas - Royals
A solid power hitter with the potential to be a great one, with a surprisingly solid glove, Moose has a chance to make major bucks at a free agent after this season.
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Kyle Seager - Mariners
Corey's older brother is an excellent player in his own right — he had a career year at the plate in 2016, hitting 30 homers and posting a slash line of .278/.359/.499. If he replicates that in 2017, he'll be much higher on this list next year.
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Anthony Rendon - Nationals
A strong, 20-homer hitter whose power hasn't been fully realized, Rendon's excellent glove pushes him to this spot.
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Evan Longoria - Rays
Once the gold standard of third basemen in the league, age has knocked down Longoria's glove a bit, but he's still one of the best hitters in the American League, hitting 36 homers last year.
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Justin Turner - Dodgers
Turner had two really good years at the plate before his 2016 season, but it was his 27 homers that made him a breakout player at age 31. He also posted a 16 defensive WAR — a massive jump from his usual league-average defense — last year.
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Adrian Beltre - Rangers
A surefire Hall of Famer, no one knows how Beltre still does it, but at age 38, he posted a .300/.358/.521 slash line with his typical, nearly impeccable defensive play. What a player.
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Josh Donaldson - Blue Jays
Over the last three years, he's hit 107 homers, driven in 320, and posted a combined wRC+ of 143. And he's real good with the glove, too.
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Nolan Arenado - Rockies
He's averaged 42 homers and 132 RBI in his last two years, he's won four straight Gold Gloves. He's the best player that's not a household name.
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Kris Bryant - Cubs
Bryant had an exceptional rookie campaign in 2015, but he found a way to take his game to a whole other level in 2016, hitting 39 homers, posting a 149 wRC+ and going from an unreliable defender at third to one of the best defensive third-baggers in the game.
What will he do in 2017?
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Manny Machado - Orioles
Machado might be baseball's first $400 million man when he becomes a free agent in 2018 — that's how good he is.
He looks poised to be one of the greatest defensive third basemen in the history of the sport and he's good for 35 homers annually.