BB doesn't want to admit that Tejada is the likely AL MVP at this point
What about Chavez if he leads Oak to the playoffs?
I've said it time and time again. If Chavez were on the Orioles, he'd be putting up Tejada's numbers, and vice versa. But yes, if voting ended right now, it would be a tossup between Miguel Tejada and ARod. In fact, Tejada should win the award.
My darkhorse candidate for AL MVP is actually Vladimir Guerrero. I think he comes on really strong in the 2nd half and leads the Angels to the division title again...
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