My picks for MVP, and the rest of this year’s NFL awards.
by Nicholas Cicale (@nickcicale) New York Mets 89-73 Projected Record A dominant Mets rotation–made up of five young starters with the ability to strike out 200 guys a year and consistently post ERAs under 3.00 across the board–was something that had been forecast for the last three or four seasons, but with devastating injuries to Matt HarveyContinue reading “2016 MLB Preview: NL East”
by Nicholas Cicale (@nickcicale) With the World Series in full swing I figured I would post my version of Major League Baseball’s year-end awards. Probably should have done this a few weeks ago but better late than never. And by the way, I don’t care about that whole “MVPs should be on playoff teams” bull. Continue reading “2013 MLB Year-End Awards”
MVP 1. Tom Brady, QB Predicted Stats: 4600 passing yards, 39 passing TDs, 10 int It’s really, really hard to go against Tom Brady or Peyton Manning in the preseason for MVP, because come the end of the year you know they’ll be getting votes. Brady loves to show off whenever the Patriots are facingContinue reading “My 2013 Preseason NFL Awards Predictions”
The 2011 National League race to the Most Valuable Player award was not without controversy, as Milwaukee Brewers’ Ryan Braun won a close battle with LA Dodger Matt Kemp. While Braun’s statistics were undoubtedly high (33 HR, 111 RBI, 41 SB), Matt Kemp outdid him in virtually every category (39 HR, 124 RBI, 41 SB).
by Nicholas Cicale (@nickcicale) 2011 was an amazing baseball season for American League hitters. With Jose Bautista, Jacoby Ellsbury, Miguel Cabrera and Curtis Granderson all knocking 30 balls out of the park and driving in over 100 runs each, the race for the AL Most Valuable Player award was bound to be a heated one. Continue reading “2011 AL MVP: How Justin Verlander took over the league.”