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Top 3 NL MVP Picks
Written by Charles Dimino
 

Winning a MVP in the majors puts a player into an elite fraternity that solidifies them as truly a head above their peers in the league.  The Most Valuable Player does not only put up great numbers, but (with the exception of A-Rod in Texas) elevates their team to playoff contention.  It is truly the pinnacle of awards in Major League Baseball.  Here are my three picks for the NL MVP.

 
To Sleep or to Reap?
Written by Aaron Kahle
 

You know, every week I sit down and eye my fantasy baseball team, I have two thoughts in my mind: who goes to the Sleeper Room and who gets sent to the Reaper’s Doom? Sleepers are still fantasy free agents and the others are already on most teams but need an appointment with Death (fantasy Death, that is)
 
Kansas City Isn't So Blue
Written by Kiowa Bryan
 

 

Who would of thought that the best pitcher in baseball would be starting for the Kansas City Royals? That alone is the only reason they are tied for second place in the American League Central. With an ERA of 0.00 and a record of 4-0, Zack Grenkie goes for his 5th start tonight against Brian Tallet and the unstoppable Toronto Blue Jays..........

 
Not Such a "Natinal" Treasure
Written by Kiowa Bryan
 
As if it wasn't bad enough that the Nat's were in the basement of the National league east, with an ugly 4-14 record - they
became the laughing stock of baseball last Friday night in a game where Adam Dunn and Ryan Zimmerman sported jerseys that read "Natinals". Majestic Athletic, the company responsible for the mistake issued an apology to both the Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball.
 
"We take 100 percent responsibility for this event and we regret any embarrassment for the Nationals organization, players and fans," said Majestic Athletic president Jim Pisani. If only a missing "o" was their only problem. Even red hot Ryan Zimmerman, who's on a 16 game hitting streak and batting .324 can't seem to pull them out of the dirt. He launched two homers in last night's game alone, yet still watched the National's lead crumble when the bullpen gave up 6 runs in the 8th, including a grand-slam. Here's a word of advice for Manny Acta - hit up monster.com now because I don't think you'll be welcome at Nationals Park much longer.......

 
Top 3 NL CY Young Picks
Written by Charles Dimino
 


It is never too early to start up a conversation about who will win some of the major awards at the end of the season.  I would like to take a minute to focus on the Cy Young Award in the National League.  Three guys (in my humble opinion) have a great shot at taking home the prize this season.  Here they are in order from top contender to bottom.

 
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