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This June 1, 2010, file photo shows Cincinnati Reds' Joey Votto celebrating after hitting a solo home run during the third inning of a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals, in St. Louis. Votto was overwhelming elected the National League's Most Valuable player on Monday, Nov. 22, 2010, ending the two-year reign of Albert Pujols. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File) (Jeff Roberson/AP)
This June 1, 2010, file photo shows Cincinnati Reds' Joey Votto celebrating after hitting a solo home run during the third inning of a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals, in St. Louis. Votto was overwhelming elected the National League's Most Valuable player on Monday, Nov. 22, 2010, ending the two-year reign of Albert Pujols. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File) (Jeff Roberson/AP)

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ROBERT MacLEOD PICKS

AMERICAN LEAGUE

EAST

1. Tampa Bay Rays

*2. Toronto Blue Jays

3. New York Yankees

4. Boston Red Sox

5. Baltimore Orioles

CENTRAL

1. Detroit Tigers

2. Chicago White Sox

3. Cleveland Indians

4. Kansas City Royals

5. Minnesota Twins

WEST

1. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

*2. Texas Rangers

3. Seattle Mariners

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4. Oakland A’s

(*) – denotes wild card

AL CHAMPION: Tampa Bay

MVP: Evan Longoria, Tampa Bay

Cy Young Award: Jered Weaver, Los Angeles

Rookie: Yu Darvish, Texas

Manager: Joe Maddon, Tampa Bay

Batting average: Miguel Cabrera, Detroit

HR: Albert Pujols, Los Angeles.

RBI: Josh Hamilton, Texas

Wins: CC Sabathia, New York

ERA: Justin Verlander, Detroit

Strikeouts: Brandon Morrow, Toronto

Saves: Sergio Santos, Toronto

NATIONAL LEAGUE

EAST

1. Miami Marlins

*2. Philadelphia Phillies

3. Washington Nationals

4. Atlanta Braves

5. New York Mets

CENTRAL

1. Cincinnati Reds

2. St. Louis Cardinals

3. Milwaukee Brewers

4. Pittsburgh Pirates

5. Chicago Cubs

6. Houston Astros

WEST

1. Arizona Diamondbacks

*2. San Francisco Giants

3. Los Angeles Dodgers

4. Colorado Rockies

5. San Diego Padres

(*)- denotes wild card

NL champion: Miami

MVP: Joey Votto, Cincinnati

Cy Young Award: Cole Hamels, Philadelphia

Rookie: Yonder Alonso, San Diego

Manager: Ozzie Guillen, Miami

Batting average: Joey Votto, Cincinnati

HR: Giancarlo Stanton, Miami

RBI: Joey Votto, Cincinnati

Wins: Roy Halladay, Philadelphia

ERA: Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles

Strikeouts: Zack Greinke, Milwaukee

Saves: J.J. Putz, Arizona

WORLD SERIES CHAMPION: Miami Marlins

JEFF BLAIR PICKS

AMERICAN LEAGUE

EAST

1. New York Yankees

2. (*)Tampa Bay Rays

3. Boston Red Sox

4. Toronto Blue Jays

5. Baltimore Orioles

CENTRAL

1. Detroit Tigers

2. Cleveland Indians

3. Chicago White Sox

4. Minnesota Twins

5. Kansas City Royals

WEST

1. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

2. (*)Texas Rangers

3. Seattle Mariners

4. Oakland Athletics

(*) – denotes wild card

AL CHAMPION: Los Angeles

MVP: Robinson Cano, New York

Cy Young Award: Justin Verlander, Detroit

Rookie: Matt Moore, Tampa Bay

Manager: Joe Maddon, Tampa Bay

Batting average: Adrian Gonzalez, Boston

HR: Jose Bautista, Toronto

RBI: Robinson Cano, New York

Wins: Justin Verlander, Detroit

ERA: Jered Weaver, Los Angeles

Strikeouts: CC Sabathia, New York

Saves: Sergio Santos, Toronto

NATIONAL LEAGUE

EAST

1. Miami Marlins

2. (*)Philadelphia Phillies

3. Washington Nationals

4. Atlanta Braves

5. New York Mets

CENTRAL

1. Milwaukee Brewers

2. (*)Cincinnati Reds

3. St. Louis Cardinals

4. Pittsburgh Pirates

5. Chicago Cubs

6. Houston Astros

WEST

1. San Francisco Giants

2. Arizona Diamondbacks

3. Colorado Rockies

4. Los Angeles Dodgers

5. San Diego Padres

(*) – Denotes wild card

NL CHAMPION: San Francisco

MVP: Joey Votto, Cincinnati

Cy Young Award: Tim Lincecum, San Francisco

Rookie: Yonder Alonso, San Diego

Manager: Ozzie Guillen, Miami

Batting average: Jose Reyes, Miami

HR: Giancarlo Stanton, Miami

RBI: Joey Votto, Cincinnati

Wins: Cliff Lee, Philadelphia

ERA: Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles

Saves: Heath Bell, Miami

Strikeouts: Tim Lincecum, San Francisco

WORLD SERIES CHAMPION: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

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