Found November 04, 2012 on
With it being a slow week in sports in St. Louis, the Cruddy Show took the opportunity to recap the 2012 Major League Baseball season and handout some of their awards.
Host Corey Rudd and guests Anthony Wiber, Brad Bumpus, and Mike "Big Red" Levin also took a peak at those who won Gold Glove Awards last week and discussed those that were most deserving and others who were snubbed.
One thing the panel did agree on though was that Detorit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera should win the American League Most Valuable Player Award.
Many think that Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim rookie center fielder Mike Trout should win, but the guys give their reasons for why Cabrera should take home the hardware over Trout.
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Miguel Cabrera is waiting for the crown that was presented to him at the World Series to arrive at his home. He'll give it a prominent spot in his office.
''I'll show it to my friends, my family,'' the Detroit Tigers first baseman said Monday after adding another honor by beating out Pittsburgh center fielder Andrew McCutchen and Los Angeles Angels rookie...
NEW YORK (AP) Miguel Cabrera is waiting for the crown that was presented to him at the World Series to arrive at his home. He'll give it a prominent spot in his office.
''I'll show it to my friends, my family,'' the Detroit Tigers first baseman said Monday after adding another honor by beating out Pittsburgh center fielder Andrew McCutchen and Los Angeles...
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Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera has beaten out Pittsburgh center fielder Andrew McCutchen and Los Angeles Angels rookie Mike Trout for player of the year as voted on by their fellow major leaguers.
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