Nl mvp

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Sports 23 Nov '10 00:13
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    23 Nov '10 00:13
    Joey Votto of course. http://msn.foxsports.com/mlb/story/Cincinnati-Reds-star-Joey-Votto-easily-wins-NL-MVP-award-112210
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    23 Nov '10 03:33
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Joey Votto of course. http://msn.foxsports.com/mlb/story/Cincinnati-Reds-star-Joey-Votto-easily-wins-NL-MVP-award-112210
    It is hard to admit, but his numbers are comparable to king Albert. Congrats to Joey, he deserved the award.
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    24 Nov '10 14:121 edit
    Originally posted by whodey
    It is hard to admit, but his numbers are comparable to king Albert. Congrats to Joey, he deserved the award.
    Deserving indeed! As is Josh Hamilton on the AL side. King Albert had the numbers, but failed to get the votes. Pujols is also quite deserving.
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    24 Nov '10 20:12
    Originally posted by scacchipazzo
    Deserving indeed! As is Josh Hamilton on the AL side. King Albert had the numbers, but failed to get the votes. Pujols is also quite deserving.
    You do realize that the Reds gave Texas Josh Hamilton don't you? Imagine what both of the on the same team would have been like!!
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    24 Nov '10 20:21
    Originally posted by whodey
    You do realize that the Reds gave Texas Josh Hamilton don't you? Imagine what both of the on the same team would have been like!!
    Indeed! That would have been a fearsome duo, but was not meant to be. I looked at the comparative stats between Votto and Pujols and Votto indeed seems the more deserving of the two simply for propelling the team into the playoffs! I have a lot of respect for both players.
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