Foulke in lead for Series MVP

According to Jay Bennett’s Player Game Percentage, Keith Foulke is the leader for World Series MVP after three games, primarily based on his critical save of Game One.

The MVP of last night’s game was Manny Ramirez, but he has so many negative points from his first-game fielding adventures that he’s still the Least Valuable Player for the entire series. The Cardinals’ MVP for the first three games has been Dan Haren.

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