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2006 MVP Watch #3

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Ugh, I had almost finished the entire entry and my dumbass clicks the back button by accident. Click forward, nothing there. So fuck it I'm not typing all that out again so here's the quick version of the Top 10 for each league and maybe I'll edit in some numbers later.

 

Pujols still has a huge lead although it could be gone if he misses the full six weeks like many think he will.

 

Edit: Okay I've put the numbers in now.

 

National League

10. Jason Bay, Pirates

.305/.427/.614, 49 RC, .328 EQA, 30 VORP, 9 Win Shares

 

9. Carlos Beltran, Mets

.266/.389/.572, 42 RC, .309 EQA, 21.4 VORP, 12 Win Shares

 

8. Lance Berkman, Astros

.299/.380/.598, 45 RC, .310 EQA, 20.6 VORP, 12 Win Shares

 

7. David Wright, Mets

.327/.400/.559, 47 RC, .315 EQA, 25.5 VORP, 11 Win Shares

 

6. Miguel Cabrera, Marlins

.349/.437/.593, 51 RC, .338 EQA, 32.5 VORP, 10 Win Shares

 

5. Chase Utley, Phillies

.323/.389/.541, 43 RC, .300 EQA, 27.5 VORP, 13 Win Shares

 

4. Bobby Abreu, Phillies

.285/.454/.505, 48 RC, .317 EQA, 19.0 VORP, 14 Win Shares

 

3. Alfonso Soriano, Nationals

.310/.363/.628, 54 RC, .309 EQA, 25.8 VORP, 13 Win Shares

 

2. Brandon Webb, Diamondbacks

217 ERA+, 5.00 K/BB, 1.08 WHIP, 40.0 VORP, 12 Win Shares

 

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.308/.442/.751, 65 RC, .357 EQA, 38.8 VORP, 19 Win Shares

 

Basically can flip a coin between Thome and Hafner right now but gave Thome the nod for the edge in Win Shares.

 

American League

10. Curtis Granderson, Tigers

.287/.388/.483, 43 RC, .295 EQA, 18.9 VORP, 12 Win Shares

 

9. Vernon Wells, Blue Jays

.326/.379/.606, 44 RC, .314 EQA, 28.2 VORP, 10 Win Shares

 

8. Ramon Hernandez, Orioles

.307/.366/.512, 47 RC, .298 EQA, 18.5 VORP, 13 Win Shares

 

7. Kevin Youkilis, Red Sox

.319/.434/.505, 44 RC, .322 EQA, 22.1 VORP, 11 Win Shares

 

6. Jermaine Dye, White Sox

.306/.405/.669, 42 RC, .333 EQA, 22.3 VORP, 10 Win Shares

 

5. Derek Jeter, Yankees

.344/.435/.495, 47 RC, .320 EQA, 30.1 VORP, 11 Win Shares

 

4. Alexis Rios, Blue Jays

.359/.397/.631, 47 RC, .324 EQA, 26.5 VORP, 11 Win Shares

 

3. Jason Giambi, Yankees

.277/.458/.620, 51 RC, .350 EQA, 27.0 VORP, 12 Win Shares

 

2. Travis Hafner, Indians

.308/.449/.631, 57 RC, .355 EQA, 33.2 VORP, 12 Win Shares

 

#1

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.296/.432/.656, 58 RC, .344 EQA, 30.2 VORP, 13 Win Shares

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I traded away Thome for Hafner a couple weeks into my fantasy league. It would be a push, except my opponent insisted on trading me Brandon Webb for Andy Pettitte as part of the deal.

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Bored, if you're going to type anything longer than 100 words, do it on a different application (Word), then copy and paste. I learned that lesson a long time ago.

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No I know I need to start typing these entries in Word first.

 

I originally thought I was going to have Mauer in the Top 10 but he got squeezed out as Ramon Hernandez being tied for the league lead in Win Shares threw me for a loop. Mauer was probably 11th or 12th.

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Trading away Andy Pettite rocks. I got Soriano for him. Oh, and also got rid Lowell for Corey Lidle as part of the same deal. Far and away the best trade I've made in any fantasy league.

 

MVP races looks solid. I knew Giambi was having a good season, but I didn't realize he was actually playing better than Jeter. That surprised me a little. Nice to see Hernandez represent for my shitty Orioles too. Leading the league in win shares is pretty impressive when there are so few wins to go around.

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