Shohei Ohtani is baseball's biggest star, and he has put together one of the most impressive months of his career at the plate in June.

The Los Angeles Angels superstar is hitting .383/.473/.915 with 13 home runs in 24 games, and he now leads the majors in home runs, RBI and several other offensive categories.

However, he is not the only hitter having a huge month of June, from Luis Arráez making a push at a .400 average to young stars Ronald Acuña Jr. and Fernando Tatis Jr. both leading their clubs offensive attack.

Ahead, we've ranked the 10 hottest hitters in baseball, based solely on their June production, and justified those rankings by showing where they rank among qualified hitters this month in a variety of different offensive categories.

Let's start with a long list of honorable mentions.


Honorable Mentions

  • Ozzie Albies, ATL
  • Corbin Carroll, ARI
  • Nick Castellanos, PHI
  • Ezequiel Duran, TEX
  • Michael Harris II, ATL
  • Gunnar Henderson, BAL
  • Teoscar Hernández, SEA
  • Nolan Jones, COL
  • Royce Lewis, MIN
  • Matt McLain, CIN
  • Josh Naylor, CLE
  • Isaac Paredes, TB
  • José Ramírez, CLE
  • Juan Soto, SD
  • Alex Verdugo, BOS
  • Jordan Walker, STL
  • Christian Yelich, MIL


10. Luis Robert Jr., Chicago White Sox

June stats

  • BA: .291
  • OBP: .351
  • SLG: .663 (fourth in majors)
  • OPS: 1.014
  • H: 25
  • XBH: 14 (ninth)
  • HR: 9 (second)
  • RBI: 13
  • Off: 8.8

Finally fully healthy after playing just 166 games the last two seasons, Luis Robert Jr. has been a bright spot on an otherwise disappointing Chicago White Sox team.

The 25-year-old has 79 hits on the season and 42 have gone for extra bases, including 22 home runs to rank fourth in the majors and second only to Shohei Ohtani on the AL leaderboard.

Robert has four home runs and five RBI in his last four games, and all signs point to him being a first-time All-Star and perhaps the lone representative for the South Siders at the Midsummer Classic.