Ubaldo Jimenez and Francisco Liriano continue to pitch well as starters, as the Dominican Baseball Guy stated a few posts back. Jimenez is definitely a front runner for National League Cy Young at this point.
Vladimir Guerrero is playing very well for the Rangers. He is in the top 10 in the American League in average and RBI right now. Guerrero has long been a favorite player of the Dominican Baseball Guy. He is a .322 lifetime hitter, an incredible lifetime average for someone that also hits for power. He was the AL MVP in 2004 and has 4 Silver Slugger awards. He also has a great arm in the outfield and the Dominican Baseball Guy has seen him throw out many runners from right field. He had a walk off hit a few days ago too.
Jose Bautista has played well for the Blue Jays. Albert Pujols is doing his normal thing, batting like 1.000 with runners in scoring position and churning out his normal triple crown contending numbers. Jose Guillen and Nelson Cruz have hit well, although Nelson Cruz has been injured some.
Interesting that the Dominican Baseball Guy does not mention some of the most famous Dominican ballplayers like Pedro Martinez and David Ortiz. There is a new crop of Dominicans playing in MLB and there will be another group behind them, as there are no shortage of Dominican prospects in the minor leagues.