Biggest Surprises within MLB Award Finalists

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The 2021 awards season is upon us. The three finalists for each of the four major awards in each league were announced Monday evening. As usual, there are quite a few surprises within the 24 MLB award finalists. One thing that fans should be reminded of is that award voting by the BBWAA takes place […] READ MORE


Freddie Freeman Continues His “Buzz” Around Baseball

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There has always been a buzz about Freddie Freeman. Whether it was his first tweet — “I’m baaaaaaaack!!!” on Jan. 22, 2013, or earning his National League MVP— something is a buzz about the Atlanta Braves first baseman. Growing up through the Braves farm system, Freeman has been a constant professional, and now the entire […] READ MORE


 It’s Time For A New MVP Handle

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 It’s Time For A New MVP Handle Kenesaw Mountain Landis What’s In A Name We’ll start with the name: Kenesaw Mountain Landis. It is quite a name. Where did it come from? The Civil War, of course. Kenesaw’s father was wounded at the battle of Kenesaw Mountain. And when his son was born in 1866, […] READ MORE


Luke Voit is Building an AL MVP Case

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In recent weeks, New York Yankees first baseman Luke Voit has placed himself in MVP discussions. Not only is Voit currently playing lights out, he is arguably one of the best players in MLB. Here, is an inside look at the numbers and make a case for Luke Voit for MVP Acquisition On July 28th […] READ MORE



Cody Bellinger and Mike Trout Take Home 2019 MVP Awards

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Bellinger and Trout win MVP A pair of California outfielders are your 2019 Most Valuable Players; Cody Bellinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels received 19 and 17 first-place votes respectively. This isn’t the first time that players from Los Angeles have taken home both awards; it happened […] READ MORE


MVP Award Candidates in the American League

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MVP Award Candidates in the American League Less than two weeks remain in the 2019 regular season, and we still have a lot of unanswered questions in the American League. Home-field advantage throughout the postseason is still up for grabs. The New York Yankees health makes it impossible to predict who will be on their […] READ MORE




Voting a Pitcher for MVP is the Right Call

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When you look throughout the history of the MVP award, the winners are mostly hitters. The American league has handed it out to two pitchers since 1986, Roger Clemens in 1986, and Justin Verlander in 2010. The National League has had it happen twice in 50 years, with Bob Gibson in 1968, and Clayton Kershaw […] READ MORE