Rank 'Em: National League MVP

Created: August 26, 2010, 10:46 AM

Where does Joey Votto rank?

Who tops your National League MVP ballot?

Albert Pujols and Joey Votto are chasing playoff spots with the Cardinals and Reds, respectively, but they're also chasing individual history as each tries to become the first NL Triple Crown winner since Joe Medwick in 1937. But even if Pujols and Votto are out in front, there are other players who deserve MVP consideration (after all, someone has to finish third).

With Labor Day approaching, how do you rank some of the most valuable contributors in the National League this season?


 
 
  • 1B, Padres
    .908 OPS, .298 BA
    26 HR, 82 RBI
  • OF, Rockies
    .922 OPS, .320 BA
    26 HR, 84 RBI
  • SP, Phillies
    16-9, 2.22 ERA
    186 K, 207 IP
  • OF, Cardinals
    .913 OPS, .306 BA
    21 HR, 71 RBI
  • 1B, Phillies
    .958 OPS, .286 BA
    23 HR, 82 RBI
  • 1B/OF, Giants
    .922 OPS, .300 BA
    22 HR, 75 RBI
  • SP, Rockies
    17-4, 2.66 ERA
    156 K, 169.1 IP
  • IF, Braves
    .850 OPS, .318 BA
    14 HR, 50 RBI
  • 1B, Cardinals
    1.009 OPS, .319 BA
    33 HR, 92 RBI
  • 3B, Reds
    .900 OPS, .297 BA
    19 HR, 73 RBI
  • 1B, Reds
    1.026 OPS, .326 BA
    31 HR, 90 RBI
  • SP, Cardinals
    17-8, 2.18 ERA
    171 K, 190.1 IP