Your NL MVP Is Albert Pujols

The MLB awards train finally pulls into the station with the St. Louis Cardinals’ Albert Pujols being named NL MVP.

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols was a unanimous choice in winning the National League Most Valuable Player Award for the second consecutive season and the third time in his career.

Pujols was listed first on all 32 ballots submitted by two writers in each league city to score a perfect total of 448 points, based on the tabulation system that rewards 14 points for first place, nine for second, eight for third and on down to one for 10th.

Much like on the AL side, this one was a complete no-brainer.

It’s Unanimous: Cardinals’ Albert Pujols Wins Again (BBWAA)

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