Originally Posted by TheChamp24
You do realize right now its Trout's award to lose?
The only numbers Cabrera has better than Trout really is homeruns and RBI's, and Trout trumps Cabrera in defense and steals. while posting better stat lines at what are generally looked as the highest - AVG, OBP, Slugging and OPS.
Not to mention the turnaround of that Angels team when he was called up.
Miggy also has more hits, more doubles, and more walks in addition to HRs and RBIs.
I'm not saying Miggy is a lock for MVP, but I think he has a better chance than you think.
Not to mention, there are still over 50 games yet to be played....basically 1/3 of the season left.
In general, the guys who smack 40+ HRs with 130-140 RBIs, while hitting in the .330 range tend to win MVP awards.
Chicks (and MVP voters) dig the long ball.
That said, I really enjoy watching Mike Trout play....dude is a phenom.