Now that all of baseball's major awards have been handed out, it's time to take a look at who we think would win if MLB handed out overall awards, regardless of league.
Toronto's power-hitting third baseman wins the award for the first time in his career.
Want to know how the vote when down in the AL and NL MVP? Here are the individual ballots and vote tallies.
He didn't fare better than Mike Trout in wins above replacement or adjusted on-base plus slugging percentage, but Donaldson has a couple of metrics up his sleeve in the AL MVP chase.
Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain is a finalist for the AL MVP award for 2015. Here's what he's got going for him.
Once again, Mike Trout was the best player in the AL in 2015. Here's why he deserves to win MVP.
Astros slugger Evan Gattis hit 11 triples in 2015. But did he really? Let's look at all 11 to see what happened.
The finalists for the four major awards in each league were announced Tuesday night. Here are the results.
The Royals won the World Series in the 12th inning on Sunday after receiving six critical scoreless innings from relievers, putting an exclamation point on an outstanding bullpen contribution.
Terry Collins made a mistake by listening to Matt Harvey and it may have cost the Mets a chance to extend the World Series.

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