Pedroia for AL MVP 2011?

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    Pedroia for AL MVP 2011?

    After last night offensive outpour, he appears to be moving up?

    Is he more important than AGON or Ellsbury?

     
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    Pedroia is en fuego and has been ever since he got that clean bill of health back in June.  In his last 39 games he is hitting 384/466/671 with 9 HR and 29 RBI.
     
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    [QUOTE]Pedroia is en fuego and has been ever since he got that clean bill of health back in June.  In his last 39 games he is hitting 384/466/671 with 9 HR and 29 RBI.
    Posted by Hfxsoxnut[/QUOTE]

    www.boston.com/sports/baseball/redsox/extras/extra_bases/2011/07/live_updates_ro_1.html" class="imageLink">Dustin Pedroia
     
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    [QUOTE]After last night offensive outpour, he appears to be moving up? Is he more important than AGON or Ellsbury?
    Posted by beavis[/QUOTE]

    If he keeps it up, it would be hard to pick anyone else. I don't see him hitting at this pace for the rest of the year. But, if the drop off is slight, he's easily the MVP.
     
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    Far too early to say. Pedroia would certainly be in the mix.
     
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    Adrian, Granderson and Bautista, one of these three will win the MVP.
     
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    As I said before, this is not a Red Sox only award.

    Even if the Sox finish first and win it all, there is no guarantee that Paul Konerko or Jose Bautista will be overlooked. These two are having monster years.
     
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    [QUOTE]As I said before, this is not a Red Sox only award. Even if the Sox finish first and win it all, there is no guarantee that Paul Konerko or Jose Bautista will be overlooked. These two are having monster years.

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    Agreed....and those guys do it on a team pretty much by themselves where the sawx have three guys in the conversation. Usually, when you have three guys in the conversation on one team, it diminishes their chances.

     
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    Agreed....and those guys do it on a team pretty much by themselves where the sawx have three guys in the conversation. Usually, when you have three guys in the conversation on one team, it diminishes their chances.

    Exactly. If we're not even sure that Pedroia is the MVP of his own team, how can he be the MVP of the American League? Despite Pedroia's meteoric rise in offensive production, he's still behind Adrian Gonzalez. Pedroia's best chance for MVP will be for Ellsbury and Gonzalez to both disappear during the final two months while Pedroia continues to put up huge numbers. He'll also need Toronto and Chicago to finish poorly.

    As someone who wants the Red Sox to win, more than I want any one individual to take home some hardware, I'd rather see all our players do well, which would mean Pedroia loses out on MVP honors.

     
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    Pedey will have better numbers from his 2008 campaign. Youk was third in balloting...

     

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