AL MVP

10/02/2006 12:57 am
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Books could be written on all the ridiculous ideas people have about who MVP awards should go to. Often, people seem to contradict themselves even with the criteria they lay out and the candidates they choose. I try to remember that really the award doesn't mean anything. But the strange thinking still bothers me a bit. Anyway, a couple of ideas that came to my mind recently are actually put forth by a writer in an > article in the NY Post.
scott.jpgScott - 6225 Posts
10/02/2006 @ 08:34:18 AM
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I personally think MVP should be awarded to the best player in the league, on any team. If that player happens to be on a last place team that doesn't matter a bit. Does a player have less ability on a bad team than he does on a good team? When A-Rod was with the Rangers a few years back, it was obvious that he the single best player in probably both leagues, but because the Rangers finished dead last, Miguel Tejada of the A's won the award most likely because his team was a playoff team.

This year, the debate for AL MVP is probably between Justin Morneau and Derek Jeter, so it isn't an issue of someone's team being better. It comes down to who was the better player overall, Jeter or Morneau. It's really a toss up. Both guys deserve it. That's my take.

(ps, I spelled Morneau right without even looking it up.)

And by the way, Bill Hall should be the NL MVP.
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scott.jpgScott - Ma'am, can you make sure your computer is turned on?
10/02/2006 @ 08:34:47 AM
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It's also impressive that the twins could own the batting title, Cy Young, and MVP in the same season. That would be quite a feat.
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fry6beeu9.jpgJeremy - I believe virtually everything I read.
10/02/2006 @ 08:48:13 AM
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and if Liriano didn't get hurt we'd have the rookie of the year too.
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fry6beeu9.jpgJeremy - I hate our freedoms
10/02/2006 @ 08:51:10 AM
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Also I agree that how the team is doing should have nothing to do with MVP. If anything being that good on a bad team is that much more impressive. 140 RBIs on a team batting .200 is much more impressive then 150 RBIs on a team batting .300
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scott.jpgScott - 6225 Posts
10/21/2015 @ 08:54:48 AM
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Are you referring to our discussion about the criteria of baseball's MVP or the site as a whole? This site's only aim is to help solve the problems that might otherwise negatively affect people's careers.

[Admin Note: This comment was a satirical reply to a now deleted rambling auto-translationy looking spam about this page saving their lives, or career, or something. All your base are belong to our amazing help.]
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