8 MLB award winners at the All-Star break

It has been just another typical season for the incredible Mike Trout. [Image Source: Flickr | Beth Tenser]
It has been just another typical season for the incredible Mike Trout. [Image Source: Flickr | Beth Tenser]

Three Dodgers are featured as they head into the break with baseball’s best record.

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As we head into the All-Star break, it’s always a good time to check out those leading the way in the awards race.

With a little less than half the regular season remaining, these aren’t one-man races. Here are players (or managers) who remain in the hunt in each category.

AL MVP: DJ LeMahieu, Jorge Polanco, Alex Bregman

NL MVP: Christian Yelich, Josh Bell, Freddie Freeman

AL Rookie of the Year: John Means, Michael Chavis, Spencer Turnbull

NL Rookie of the Year: Fernando Tatis Jr., Mike Soroka, Chris

AL Cy Young: Charlie Morton, Mike Minor, Gerrit Cole

NL Cy Young: Max Scherzer, Luis Castillo, Zack Greinke

AL Manager of the Year: Aaron Boone, Chris Woodward, Kevin Cash

NL Manager of the Year: Brian Snitker, Torey Lovullo, Dave Martinez

All stat leaders were found at MLB.com.

1

AL MVP - Mike Trout

In six of the last seven seasons, Trout has finished in the top-two of AL MVP voting. He is currently leading the AL in homers (28), RBIs (67), on-base percentage (.453), and slugging percentage (.646), all while performing admirably in center field.

2

NL MVP - Cody Bellinger

Neck-and-neck in the MVP race with Christian Yelich, Bellinger gets the nod due to the Dodgers having a much-better record than Milwaukee. His 70 runs lead the NL, his 71 RBIs, .432 on-base percentage, and .692 slugging percentage are second, and his 30 home runs are tied for second.

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