Mookie Betts, Christian Yelich win AL and NL MVP awards

Betts, of course, was far from a slouch. He finished with a .438 OBP and a 1.078 OPS, both of which ranked second among hitters who qualified for the batting title. Betts led baseball in wins above replacement, according to both FanGraphs and Baseball-Reference. He also played on a team which won 108 games, which likely aided his cause with some voters.


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