Chart: Which City's Baseball MVP Voters Are The Biggest Homers?

Andrew McCutchen won the NL MVP on Thursday, earning 28 of 30 first-place votes. It so happens that the two remaining votes belonged to the two representatives from the ever-obnoxious St. Louis media, who both went with Cardinals' catcher Yadier Molina. » 11/16/13 11:11am 11/16/13 11:11am

Miguel Cabrera, AL MVP, again: As expected, the Tigers' third baseman claimed the prize for a second straight year. Cabrera (.348/.442/.636) received 23 of 30 first-place votes. Mike Trout (.323/.432/.557) is your runner-up. He got five first-place votes. Chris Davis and Josh Donaldson got the other two. » 11/14/13 6:42pm 11/14/13 6:42pm

Justin Verlander Is MVP, Albert Pujols May Be Older Than We Think, And…

Your roundup of all the hottest hot-stove items of the day (and whatever shit Ken Rosenthal is throwing against the wall). This is ... HOT FUCKING STOVE!!! » 11/21/11 5:55pm 11/21/11 5:55pm

Put Away Your Calculators. Joe Mauer Is MVP

Indignant nerds may stand down. Your numerically eviscerating PowerPoint presentation about Derek Jeter's faults is both lovely and precise, but will not be needed this year. (Only an idiotic first-place vote for Miguel Cabrera kept it from being unanimous.) [MPR] » 11/23/09 2:15pm 11/23/09 2:15pm