For those distracted by football and basketball, Major League Baseball is in the process of recognizing its outstanding players from the 2009 season. The biggies are still in the pipe, but those generally go to the right individual. At the very least, the final voting shows an appropriate depth of consideration and analysis even if the you don't agree with it. Ultimately, a good faith effort is all anyone can reasonably demand during an entirely subjective exercise. On the other hand, both the American League and National League Gold Gloves prove a disturbing absence of that similarly sincere effort to tab the right winner. Some of the gloves dipped in gold were so obvious it was impossible to blunder away their trophy. However, the really telling selections were Derek Jeter and Jimmy Rol ...
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