6. Alex Rodriguez (DH-Yankees)

  • .284 BA, 15 HR, 46 RBI, 44 R

It’s time to shut down the polls, New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez is the 2015 AL Comeback Player of the Year.

Amazingly, Rodriguez has comeback to demonstrate flashes of the great A-Rod. His 15 home runs and 46 runs batted in is more than anybody could have imagined heading into the year.

Furthermore, his drama-free personality has made most think of the 2009 Rodriguez, the one who helped the Yankees capture the World Series.

The most thrilling stat of all for Rodriguez comes in the form of games played. His 76 games played without a single DL stint has Brian Cashman doing cartwheels in the halls of Yankee Stadium.


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