MLB The Show 20: 7 best power hitters in Franchise Mode, RTTS, & March to October - Joey Gallo, Pete Alonso & more


There's nothing quite like mashing a home run in MLB The Show 20.

Cracking a ball deep and watching the outfielder just stare at it as it soars into the stands is always great, but it isn't easy.

There are some players for whom hitting homers is easy though. Those special players that can take any pitcher deep to any part of the field.

Who are the best power hitters in MLB The Show 20? Let's take a look.

How to find the best power hitter in MLB The Show 20

There isn't just one stat you can look at for this, but thankfully there are just two. Power is broken up into power vs left-handed pitchers (L) and vs right-handed pitchers (R).

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While contact, vision, and discipline will all play a part in hitting homers, the best thing to look at is those raw power stats. We have combined them to come up with the definitive list of the best power hitters in MLB The Show 20.

Joey Gallo, Texas Rangers (91 OVR)

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Position: LF

Hits: Left

Power score: 198

Once again, the best power hitter in MLB The Show is Joey Gallo. The massive left-fielder for the Texas Rangers has a perfect 99 score for both vs L and vs R.

Along with that he has 99 plate discipline and even 97 arm strength and 95 arm accuracy to throw out runners.

Pete Alonso, New York Mets (89 OVR)

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Position: 1B

Hits: R

Power Score: 198

Another perfect score belongs to 2019 NL Rookie of the Year and last season's home run king Pete Alonso.

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The Mets first baseman has 99 power vs L & R, along with 68 contact vs R and 60 contact vs L.

Miguel Sano, Minnesota Twins (85 OVR)

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Position: 3B

Hits: R

Power Score: 191

The Minnesota Twins feature heavily when it comes to power bats. At the top of their list is Miguel Sano.

Their third baseman has 98 power vs L and 93 power vs R, along with 72 contact vs L and 88 discipline. He isn't a great fielder though, with just 50 fielding.

Aaron Judge, New York Yankees (94 OVR)

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Position: RF

Hits: R

Power Score: 190

Perhaps the best-known power hitter in baseball is Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge.

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The huge righty is well-balanced with 95 power against both L & R. Along with that he has 99 discipline and 76 contact vs L.

Nelson Cruz, Minnesota Twins (85 OVR)

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Position: RF

Hits: R

Power Score: 190

Another Twins hitter, the veteran Nelson Cruz can still crush at the plate.

He has 99 power vs L, and 91 vs R along with good 79/78 contact (R/L). He's also got 88 durability and 80 clutch.

Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels (99 OVR)

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Position: CF

Hits: R

Power Score: 187

Mike Trout is the best player in baseball, but he's a good power hitter too.

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The Angels center fielder has 99 power vs R along with 88 power vs L and good contact ability (90 vs R, 83 vs L). He's also a great fielder with good speed, Trout is just the best.

JD Martinez, Boston Red Sox (90 OVR)

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Position: LF

Hits: R

Power Score: 187

The Red Sox biggest bat belongs to left fielder JD Martinez. He has perfect 99 power vs L and 88 vs R.

Martinez also comes with 99/82 (L/R) contact skills too. He's got 99 clutch and 80 discipline to be one of the most fearsome hitters in the game.

All the best power hitters in MLB The Show 20

Player
Team
Position
OVR
Power Score
Joey Gallo
Texas Rangers
LF
91
198
Pete Alonso
New York Mets
1B
89
198
Miguel Sano
Minnesota Twins
3B
81
191
Aaron Judge
New York Yankees
RF
94
190
Nelson Cruz
Minnesota Twins
RF
82
190
Mike Trout
Los Angeles Angels
CF
99
187
JD Martinez
Boston Red Sox
LF
90
187
Giancarlo Stanton
New York Yankees
LF
88
187
Christian Yelich
Milwaukee Brewers
RF
94
182
Eugenio Suarez
Cincinnati Reds
3B
91
182
Gary Sanchez
New York Yankees
CF
85
178
Mitch Garver
Minnesota Twins
CF
84
178
Nolan Arenado
Colorado Rockies
3B
99
177
Jorge Soler
Kansas City Royals
RF
79
177
Yordan Alvarez
Houston Astros
LF
87
176
Kris Davis
Oakland Athletics
LF
75
176
Edwin Encarnacion
Chicago White Sox
1B
80
175
Matt Olson
Oakland Athletics
1B
86
174
Hunter Renfroe
Tampa Bay Rays
RF
81
174
Cody Bellinger
Los Angeles Dodgers
RF
96
173
Gleyber Torres
New York Yankees
2B
89
173
Franmil Reyes
Cleveland Indians
RF
74
172
Max Muncy
Los Angeles Dodgers
1B
86
170

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