The Senior Circuit is making for an interesting debate when it comes to Rookie of the Year.
There's Yasiel Puig, the phenom who has ignited the Dodgers; there's Jose Fernandez, one of the few bright spots for the National League-worst Marlins; and there's the Cardinals' Shelby Miller and the Braves' Julio Teheran, key cogs in seemingly playoff-bound rotations.
Will the pitchers split the vote and benefit Puig, who sits in the top spot in this week's Rookie Watch? (NOTE: All stats through 812)
1. Yasiel Puig, Dodgers OF
.371.435.591, 11 HR, 27 RBI
'Rudy' is of course the story of an underdog who persevered before he finally got his shot at glory. Puig's story is a little different as the brash, talented star has quickly become the face of the NL West-leading Dodgers. But he still has some Rudy to him, signing an endorsement deal with Italian sunglasses and helmets maker Rudy Project. Puig is second among all rookies with a 3.9 WAR, is tops in slugging percentage and has an OPS of...