Go Leafs Go! asked in SportsBaseball · 8 years ago

Who should win AL and NL LVP?

Who would you give AL and NL LVP? (Least Valuable Player)

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  • 8 years ago
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    AL: Adam Dunn

    NL: Jayson Werth

    Only because so much more was expected from them.

    And for the opposite of the Cy Young award (whatever that is)

    AL: John Lackey (12-12, 6.19)

    NL: J.A. Happ (6-15, 5.59)

  • 8 years ago

    The AL LVP is clearly Adam Dunn. He has been atrocious and he's been batting .162, bad enough to break the all time worst batting average for players who qualify for the batting title.

    The NL LVP is Yuniesky Betancourt. A BA of .251 and a OBP of .270 have really hurt the Brewers this year. Luckily he has two MVP candidates on the same team, Braun and Fielder, to make up for his horrible season.

    Source(s): espn.com/mlb
  • 8 years ago

    Dunn or Alex Rios for AL and probably Colby Rasmus for the NL (he produced some, but decided to be a cancer in the clubhouse)

  • 3 years ago

    no longer a probability on Rollins. The N.L. MVP would be the two Ryan Braun or Albert Puljos using fact they are carrrying their communities this season. The AL MVP would desire to be Josh Hamilton, yet human beings would desire to %. Carlos Quentin using fact he's saved the White Sox in rivalry this season.

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  • 8 years ago

    Matt Weiters

    Werth

  • 8 years ago

    AL: Adam Dunn

    NL: Yuniesky Betancourt. He has no business being anything but an utility infielder.

  • nathan
    Lv 6
    8 years ago

    AL-any one on Cle.

    NL- pick a flub.

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