Alex Rodriguez is off to the worst start of any defending MVP, while Barry Bonds has exploded out of the gates.
The Royals cannot win the American League Central without an MVP-type season from Carlos Beltran.
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If Alex Rodriguez is not moved, what does that mean for his strained relationship with manager Buck Showalter?
Just about everyone agreed Barry Bonds and Albert Pujols were the two best players in the NL this season.
With each succeeding MVP Award, more and more people are touting Barry Bonds as the greatest of all time.
David Ortiz simply did not deserve to finish as high as fifth in the American League MVP voting.
A's pitchers are puzzled as to why their catcher, Ramon Hernandez, was dealt to San Diego.
A number of AL MVP voters went very much away from the crowd with some of their picks.
The wide open field for American League MVP could favor someone like Jorge Posada.
Gary Sheffield has posted MVP-caliber numbers in three of the past five years and very good ones in the other two.
The votes are already cast, but the notion of the Twins' Shannon Stewart for MVP is laughable.
Carlos Delgado became only the fifteenth man in history to hit four home runs in one game.
Miguel Cabrera and Marlon Byrd look like men who have been playing in the major leagues for years.
With no obvious choice from among the contending teams, does Alex Rodriguez deserve the MVP?
With no obvious choice from among the teams that are contending, Alex Rodriguez deserves the MVP.