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David Wright, MVP?
by Dave Studeman
September 03, 2007
The Win Share totals have been updated through Sunday's games, and there is now a clear leader in the National League: the Mets' David Wright. Maybe it's because I don't live in New York, but I haven't heard much talk of Wright winning the MVP. It's time to start the chat: he's leading the NL with 29 Win Shares, three ahead of Albert Pujols and Eric Byrnes. He also leads the league in Runs Created with 114, and he's played a fine third base all year.
Yup, the 2007 MVP awards could both go to New York third basemen.
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