kentx12 wrote:Where do you have Pujols in here??? Wasnt he playing in the WS while Bonds was sitting at home. IMO he is the MVP.
Good point. I took Beltre as an example but lets take a look at Albert's contribution to his team's total production:
HR=46 (21.5% of STL total of 214)
RBI=123 (15.0% of STL total of 817)
Runs= 133 (15.5% of STL total of 855)
HR=43 (23.5% of SF total of 183)
RBI=101 (12.5% of SF total of 805)
Runs=129 (15.2% of SF total of 850)
HR=48 (23.6% of LA total of 203)
RBI=121 (16.6% of LA total of 731)
Runs=104 (13.7% of LA total of 761)
So it looks like, based solely on this comparison, both Pujols and Beltre meant more to their teams' offensive production than Bonds did to his. Its pretty close though...