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No real surprise here. Second straight MVP for Pujols and third overall. The model of consistency since he joined the league in 2001. What a decade.
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|Not to mention he finished second to Barry *cough* Bonds in 2002 & 2003.|
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|In his nine major league seasons, he has finished lower than fourth in the MVP balloting just once. He has seven finishes of third or higher. He's amazing.
(edited by TheBucsFan on 26.11.09 0018)
Templeton was a good player, but ahead of Ozzie? Yeah, he might not have been there as long, but it's Ozzie. Without benefit of numbers in front of me, I'd also say McGriff ahead of Klesko.
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