The right fielder had 303,603 votes. He trails Mike Trout (776,937), Aaron Judge (730,438), Mookie Betts (337,473), Michael Brantley (333,703) and Andrew Benintendi (327,047). No other White Sox position player ranked in the Top 15 among outfielders or Top 5 among other positions.
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"This year has been a tremendous boost for him. I think his confidence level is very high," White Sox manager Rick Renteria said of Garcia. "He's always been consistent in his routine, but this year's he's having a lot of fun.
"He's actually been able to go out there and perform and stay consistent. I think he's very happy with where he's at right now, and he's going to continue."
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Garcia entered Wednesday's series finale against the Red Sox ranked fifth in the AL with a .328 average, tied for fourth with 37 RBIs, tied for second with three triples and fifth with a .920 OPS. The 25-year-old struggled for consistency during two full seasons with the White Sox, but he came into Spring Training down 20 pounds, and he has refined his approach at the plate.
Jose Abreu, the most recent AL Player of the Week, did not break the Top 5 at first base despite a .295 average, 10 homers and 30 RBIs.