Rank 'Em: National League MVP

Created: August 11, 2010, 7:46 AM

Where does Joey Votto rank?

What's your take on the NL MVP race?

We're beyond the 100-game mark in the baseball season, meaning players have already had ample opportunity to stake their claim to a place in the MVP discussion. Not surprisingly, Albert Pujols is one of those players making the biggest push for individual honors. But just like his Cardinals in the NL Central race, Pujols has some competition from Reds first baseman Joey Votto.

From NL Central sluggers to pitchers putting up the kinds of numbers we aren't used to seeing, what does your NL MVP ballot look like as August rolls on?


 
 
  • 1B, Nationals
    .932 OPS, .272 BA
    30 HR, 77 RBI
  • 1B, Padres
    .888 OPS, .290 BA
    22 HR, 71 RBI
  • OF, Rockies
    .932 OPS, .326 BA
    25 HR, 77 RBI
  • OF, Cardinals
    .913 OPS, .306 BA
    21 HR, 71 RBI
  • 1B, Phillies
    .884 OPS, .292 BA
    23 HR, 81 RBICurrent on 15-day DL
  • 1B/OF, Giants
    .923 OPS, .300 BA
    20 HR, 67 RBI
  • SP, Rockies
    17-3, 2.55 ERA
    143 K, 155.1 IP
  • SP, Marlins
    10-4, 1.97 ERA
    156 K, 155 IP
  • C, Braves
    .855 OPS, .271 BA
    16 HR, 58 RBI
  • 1B, Cardinals
    .985 OPS, .313 BA
    28 HR, 84 RBI
  • 3B, Reds
    .907 OPS, .296 BA
    18 HR, 62 RBI
  • 1B, Reds
    1.023 OPS, .320 BA
    28 HR, 76 RBI
  • SP, Cardinals
    16-6, 2.06 ERA
    154 K, 169.1 IP