Albert Pujols Walks Away With NL MVP
Albert Pujols, hands down the best player in baseball (the ESPYs said so,) was unanimously nominated as the National League’s Most Valuable Player this afternoon by a panel of writers from the BBWAA.
The St. Louis Cardinals first baseman was chosen first out of ten choices on all 32 ballots, which is exactly as it should have been. Sure, the NL has some terrific hitters, but none hold a candle to Prince Albert. This season, he hit .327 with 47 bombs and 135 RBIs, along with a league-leading .443 on-base percentage and NL-best .658 slugging percentage.
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