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The MVP awards are announced tonight. Buster Posey is going to win, and deservedly so. Miguel Cabrera is also going to win, and he’s not the worst choice the voters have ever made. Cabrera had a fantastic season. This isn’t Juan Gonzalez in 1996 or anything. But, as you almost certainly know...
BEST OF MAXIM
It’s official, Buster Posey has won the 2012 National League MVP! Everyone speculated that Posey would win the NL MVP award, but you never know how things play out till their official.
Posey won the NL Batting Title with a .336 average while also launching 24 homers, racking up 103 RBI, and having a .408 on base percentage.
That’s just Posey on offense. Lets not forget that...
The right man won the American League MVP.
While Mike Trout had a phenomenal campaign as a rookie, Miguel Cabrera deserved the 22 first-place votes that landed him the award. At the end of the day, it comes down to baseball not computer stats.
With 44 home runs, 139 RBIs and a .330 batting average, Cabrera became Major League Baseball’s first Triple Crown winner in 45 years. To...
I’m going to keep this extremely short! Miguel Cabrera won the TRIPLE CROWN! While Mike Trout had possibly the best rookie season ever, The Triple Crown is something that most of us watching sports these days have NEVER seen! In any other season Mike Trout is hands down the AL MVP! I’m not taking anything away from the kid, he just chose the wrong season to be a rookie.
Tonight, we will finally learn the MVP of the American League, a contest that really comes down to two candidates in Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers and Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels.
For the majority of the 2012 season the debate raged on who should ultimately take home the prize with traditionalist seemingly siding with Cabrera while the sabermetric junkies simply fell...
It is a foregone conclusion that when the American League MVP award is announced later today that Miguel Cabera will be declared the winner. The logic goes that Cabrera and his Triple Crown will simply be too much for the more traditional voters that make up a major bloc in the Baseball Writers Association of America. No matter how much stat-friendly pundits, including super...
DETROIT -- Its said that youre judged by the company you keep, and Tigers teammates Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander might soon join a very select circle.
If third baseman Cabrera wins the American League Most Valuable Player award Thursday night, it would come one year after pitching ace Verlander received that honor. The duo would be only the fourth pitcher-position player...
Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera has won the American League’s Most Valuable Player award after becoming baseball’s first Triple Crown winner in 45 years. Cabrera received 22 of 28 first-place votes and 362 points from the AL panel of Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Los Angeles Angels rookie center fielder Mike Trout had six firsts and 281 points.
Just when you thought everyone associated with the baseball was getting smarter, an awards voting comes along and proves we’re still really dumb.
Angels center fielder Mike Trout was shut out in the awards voting this month. He finished second in AL MVP, and he did not win a Gold Glove. Oh yeah, he did win AL Rookie of the Year. Whoopie. Excuse me if I’m not so excited about...
Tweet 25-year year old Buster Posey of the San Francisco Giants became the third catcher in MLB history to be awarded league MVP by capturing 27 first place votes. He led the National League in batting average (.336), becoming the second catcher in league history to do so. Posey also had 24 HR, 103 RBI, [...]
AND THE WINNERS ARE...
The MLB announced Thursday the recipients of the MVP award in each league: Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera in the AL and Giants catcher Buster Posey in the NL.
We've talked endlessly about Miguel Cabrera winning the AL MVP award over Mike Trout, and that's a debate we're not going to get into anymore. But looking at the balloting, there were plenty of players that didn't receive nearly enough support in either league for their performances this season. Here are some of them. Ben Zobrist, Rays. Seven points: one seventh...
The November 14th, 2012 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim including Angels 'low-balled' Hunter, Trout nominated for SI Sportsman of the Year, statistical revolution still won't be strong enough to make Mike Trout the AL MVP and much more...
The Story: The Angels "insulted" Torii Hunter with an offer of a one-year, $5 million contract...
Vlad Guerrero won the 2004 MVP award while with the Angels
Well, there's a lot to cover so without further ado, here's our AngelsWin.com top five all-time best Angels player performances in the history of Angels Baseball according to us.
1. Nolan Ryan
Nolan Ryan's dominance over opposing hitters and strikeout record set in
1973 will be talked about...
The big news associated with the MVP award announced today will be the winners, especially this year with the Trout vs. Cabrera debate. Besides the winners, the below average players who receive votes get a bit of press. Today, I will look at another group of hitters, those who had a good season, but may not get a single MVP vote.
Last award season, I looked at what kept a hitter...