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(10-02-2012 07:18 PM)tntmclmm Wrote: I think Trout is the real deal but I also see it as the direction that the future of baseball is going. You've got 13 year olds playing 100 plus games a year and playing like machines. By the time they get into high school the cream is at the top and damn near ready for the majors after a little more polish. I also feel that Harper's ceiling is a little higher Trout's but we'll see about that next year. What he has done at 19 is amazing.
(10-02-2012 09:55 PM)stera8 Wrote: Just looked at cabrera's stats. He has over 10 more home runs ...much more RBIs and a lower batting average than last year.... He also has 40 less walks this year!
Think about why this year is so different!
PRINCE FIELDER BATS RIGHT AFTER HIM...cannot afford to walk Miggy this year.
Hey I say Prince is the MVP haha
(10-02-2012 10:37 PM)alfredoleal2001 Wrote: I think he locked up the triple crown today
(10-03-2012 05:05 AM)fulltritty Wrote: Don't forget that when Ted Williams won the Triple Crown in 1942 and 1947, he didn't win the MVP.
I think Cabrera is a great player, but to me Trout is hands down the MVP. With the likes of Prince Fielder and Justin Verlander having great years, is Cabrera really even the MVP of the Tigers? I mean they are talking about Verlander winning the Cy Young again. Trout may not have the homeruns and RBI's (he is a lead-off hitter after all), but his defense is far superior to Cabrera, his WAR is off the charts, he threatens pitchers and gets them out of their rhythm every time he is on base due to his steals, and Cabrera also leads the majors in 28 double plays grounded into.
(10-02-2012 10:34 PM)crazyforkinsler5 Wrote: Lots more HRs and lots more RBI? It ain't Fielder.
(10-03-2012 04:51 AM)tntmclmm Wrote: Hr's aren't locked up quit yet.