As the Major League Baseball season begins its final quarter, it’s time to start talking about those deserving of season-long accolades. None are more important than the Most Valuable Player award, given to the one player in each league who made all the difference for their team. How “the difference” is defined is oftentimes quite subjective among the voters — they like to remind us that they are not voting for the Best Player award, but the Most Valuable Player award.
So, here I am, ready to define what it means to be most valuable. It’s time to see which players have made the difference that the voters are looking for. I want to get the pulse on where the MVP races stand today.
The question is — what defines valuable?
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