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By the time you read this, MLB teams will likely be beyond the 120-game mark for the season, three-quarters of the way through the 2021 slate. We’re coming into the home stretch, where teams will be making their postseason pushes and individual awards will be won and lost.

There’s a fair amount of turnover this time around – there have been some significant shifts in a number of seasons. Some very good, others not so much.

Standard stuff, really – the MLB Awards leaderboard always sees a fair amount of movement. But in this uncertain season, one of unusual circumstances across the board, one never knows what’s coming next. And honestly, it’s nice to have some of that intrigue. Let’s see where we’re at, shall we?

This is Clubhouse Leaders.

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Yes, yes, I know. We tend to view the All-Star break as midseason and that’s not for a couple more weeks. However, when you’re reading this, we’re going to be right around the 80-game mark, which is the ACTUAL middle of a 162-game season.

And so here we are with Clubhouse Leaders.

Published in Sports
Wednesday, 07 November 2012 18:44

Awards season big-league style

Predicting MLB's 2012 award winners

The 2012 Major League Baseball season is in the books. The World Series is over and the San Francisco Giants have been crowned the champions for the second time in three years. Now, 30 MLB teams get to gather round the hot stove and start planning for next year. We're looking at a few months of minor league hype, trades and free agent signings to get us through to the spring.

However, before that happens, MLB has to dish out its individual awards. Here are one man's thoughts on how that hardware might be distributed:

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