A little early for this, but so far:
Catcher: Jorge Posada- got off to a slow start, but has been on fire lately (Javy Lopez is hurt and Pudge is declining)
1B: Mike Sweeny-- Too bad he is on such a pathetic team. He has been their only bright spot this year.
2B: Brian Roberts- Of course
, but seriously you can;t argue with the start that he has had:
3B: A-ROD- Just a flat out Monster
SS: Miggy Tejada-- He is such a beast- Nuff said
OF: Vladimmir Guerrero-- He is hurt, but is such a monster and can dominate at any time
OF: Ichiro-- The guy can do it all and he is fun to watch (although he has been struggling lately)
OF: Garry Sheffield: Nothing will stop him, he will play through any type of injury and still put up MVP numbers
DH: David Ortiz- No other competitiion
Catcher- Ramon Hernandez- his simply been the best this year, so far
1B: D. Lee- how can you argue against this start, has just been unreal and has been carrying that team, definately deserves the nod over Pujols
2B: Has been struggling lately, but he got off to such a great start and is simply the best NL second baseman
3B: Troy Glaus- deserves this with the type of season he is having. He is on pace to hit 50 dingers:
SS: Clint Barmes-- Very impressive and with no good NL SS he gets my vote
OF: Bobby Abreu-- Flat out beast-- Could go 40-40 this year
OF: Carlos Lee- Got off to a slow start, but has been amazing lately. Truly deserves this
OF: Miguel Cabrera- Great young hitter and this guy is a future MVP waiting to happen..
NL:: Starter- Proving all the doubters so far, he has been amazing.. The Mets Bullpen have costed him many wins..
NL: Closer- Jason Issrighausen: Even with a DL stint he has managed to go 14/14 in save chances with a 0.55 ERA
AL: Starter: Roy Holliday- He is finally back to his dominant Cy Young Form
AL: Closer: BJ Ryan.. 40 K's in 26.0 IP is just insane,, the guy has been pretty much lights out