Rank 'Em: National League MVP

Created: September 30, 2010, 9:34 AM

Where does Roy Halladay rank?

Who tops your National League MVP ballot?

The NL West and NL wild card races will come down to the final weekend of the regular season, but is the MVP race similarly undecided for the Senior Circuit? The Reds locked up their first playoff berth in 15 years, giving slugger Joey Votto another line to add to his MVP resume -- one that Albert Pujols, Troy Tulowitzki and others won't be able to claim. Meanwhile, pitchers don't have a great history when it comes to NL MVP, but Phillies ace Roy Halladay has 21 wins in his favor as he makes his case.

With the playoffs right around the corner, how do you rank some of the most valuable contributors in the National League?


 
 
  • 1B, Padres
    .899 OPS, .298 BA
    30 HR, 98 RBI
  • OF, Rockies
    .980 OPS, .338 BA
    34 HR, 117 RBI
  • SP, Phillies
    19-10, 2.49 ERA
    210 K, 234.2 IP
  • 1B, Phillies
    .864 OPS, .278 BA
    31 HR, 106 RBI
  • 1B, Giants
    .892 OPS, .291 BA
    26 HR, 85 RBI
  • 1B, Cardinals
    1.015 OPS, .313 BA
    42 HR, 117 RBI
  • SS, Rockies
    .964 OPS, .320 BA
    27 HR, 95 RBI
  • 1B, Reds
    1.027 OPS, .325 BA
    37 HR, 111 RBI
  • 3B, Nationals
    .899 OPS, .307 BA
    25 HR, 85 RBI