2009 MLB Awards: Who Should Win

Posted: 13th October 2009 by Dave Meisel in MLB
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á This is partially your typical awards piece, and partially an attempt to "set straight" the process by which the MVP and Cy Young awards are selected. Lately, it seems that both the MVP and Cy Young awards have started to go to the pitchers who don't deserve it most. I'll tell you right here, first, who deserves them the most for 2009. á NL MVP The uncontested NL MVP is Albert Pujols. Pujols, frankly, is the best player in baseballùand is one of the five-best right handed hitters ever to play. I don't need to be telling you this, but Pujols best exemplifies what the MVP award should be. Take a look at the Cardinals' lineup without Pujols...now imagine if they didn't pick up Matt Holliday. Terrible, right? Albert Pujols carried an entire lineup for half a season, and was picked up by ...

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