Tuesday, November 15, 2005

A-ROD, MVP, Big Poppy Snubbed

The debat has finally been settled. A-Rod edged out David Ortiz for the AL most valuable player:

Alex Rodriguez picked up his second career American League Most Valuable Player Award on Monday, becoming the first Yankees player in 20 years to capture that honor.

Rodriguez hit .321 with 48 home runs and 130 RBIs this season, helping New York to its eighth consecutive AL East title.

I both concur and dissent with this decision. Yankees winning the MVP is always debatable. Yes its true that I do not really like the Yankees, but i am huge Derek Jeter fan. Its hard to give a Yankee the MVP because of the talent that surronds each player is greater than anyother team. But still, Congrats to A-Rod and good luck later on.


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