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Explaining my AL MVP ballot: Why I had Betts first, Britton ninth

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10.  Miguel Cabrera, 1B, Detroit Tigers

I struggled with this one, but it just didn’t seem right to leave Cabrera off the ballot after he surged in the second half and had another outstanding campaign (38 homers, 108 RBIs, .391 on-base percentage). His limited defensive skills drop him to 10th, and he’s Trout-like in that we’re probably spoiled by how good he is every year.

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