Christian Yelich Ranked 8th on MLB Top 10 LF Right Now List: Here's our top 10 LF List

Milwaukee Brewers v Miami Marlins
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Christian Yelich finally bounced back last season and showed some glimpses of his former MVP self, having his best season with the Brewers since the 2019 season. In his age 31 season, Yelich had a slash line of .278/.370/.447 along with 19 HR, 76 RBI, and 28 stolen bases. He also finished the year with a 122 wRC+ and a 4.1 WAR, a huge improvement compared to his last three seasons.

On Wednesday, MLB Network revealed their top 10 left fielder list and it turned a lot of heads. They ranked the Brewers leftfielder 8th in the league, here's the full list from them.

Now that you've seen MLB's top 10 left fielder list, here's my top 10 list heading into Opening Day along with their 2024 projected stats via Fangraphs.

1. Yordan Alvarez (Houston Astros)

Yordan Alvarez
Championship Series - Texas Rangers v Houston Astros - Game Six / Bob Levey/GettyImages

39 HR
131 RBI
101 Runs
5.7 WAR

2. Brandon Nimmo (New York Mets)

Brandon Nimmo
New York Mets v Philadelphia Phillies / Rich Schultz/GettyImages

20 HR
68 RBI
97 Runs
3.9 WAR

3. Bryan Reynolds (Pittsburgh Pirates)

Bryan Reynolds
Washington Nationals v Pittsburgh Pirates / Justin K. Aller/GettyImages

25 HR
84 RBI
95 Runs
2.8 WAR

4. Chas McCormick (Houston Astros)

Chas McCormick
Championship Series - Houston Astros v Texas Rangers - Game Four / Carmen Mandato/GettyImages

18 HR
61 RBI
59 Runs
1.8 WAR

5. Randy Arozarena (Tampa Bay Rays)

Randy Arozarena
Wild Card Series - Texas Rangers v Tampa Bay Rays - Game One / Julio Aguilar/GettyImages

23 HR
86 RBI
85 Runs
2.9 WAR

6. Nolan Jones (Colorado Rockies)

Nolan Jones
Minnesota Twins v Colorado Rockies / Rachel O'Driscoll/Colorado Rockies/GettyImages

23 HR
80 RBI
79 Runs
2.0 WAR

7. Christian Yelich (Milwaukee Brewers)

Christian Yelich
Wild Card Series - Arizona Diamondbacks v Milwaukee Brewers - Game One / John Fisher/GettyImages

21 HR
70 RBI
98 Runs
2.8 WAR

8. Ian Happ (Chicago Cubs)

Ian Happ
Chicago Cubs v Atlanta Braves / Matt Dirksen/GettyImages

22 HR
82 RBI
81 Runs
2.8 WAR

9. Steven Kwan (Cleveland Guardians)

Steven Kwan
Baltimore Orioles v Cleveland Guardians / Nic Antaya/GettyImages

9 HR
58 RBI
91 Runs
2.9 WAR

10. Lars Nootbaar (St. Louis Cardinals)

Lars Nootbaar
St. Louis Cardinals v Baltimore Orioles / Mitchell Layton/GettyImages

19 HR
69 RBI
74 Runs
2.9 WAR

Here are three honorable mentions that did not make my top 10 list: Daulton Varsho (Toronto Blue Jays), Matt Wallner (Minnesota Twins), Evan Carter (Texas Rangers).

With a long 162 games ahead of us, this list is due to change during the season as some names will get bumped up and other players would be bumped down or even replaced. With Yelich slowly improving last season, will we see even more glimpses of MVP Christian Yelich that we know?