Found November 08, 2012 on Angelswin:
The Cabrera-Trout MVP debate is one of the hottest topics in baseball leading up to next Thursday’s announcement which you can view live on the MLB Network at 6:00 p.m. ET. Former Angels Director of Scouting (now assistant to the Red Sox GM) gave his take on the MVP here. Check out the AL MVP debate from last night’s “Clubhouse Confidential” with Brian Kenny on MLB Network. In this segment (below), Brian measures both Miguel Cabrera and Mike Trout’s numbers for the season, accounting for their value at the plate, on the base paths and in the field. Brian concludes that the numbers favor Mike Trout as the stronger MVP candidate. Your browser does not support iframes. In this next clip (below), Kenny is joined by SB Nation’s Rob Neyer and MLB Network analyst Larry Bowa to discuss the AL MVP race. Neyer and Kenny argue why they think Mike Trout should be the AL MVP, while Larry Bowa argues why he believes Cabrera should be the AL MVP. Your browser does not support iframes.
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