I don't know if Johnson is a rookie or not. I think it has to do with how many days he was on the roster. I saw he pitched four games last year, so I guess it's possible.
How about Dan Uggla though. .301 avg. 15 hrs 56 rbi's. He's looking pretty good.
Is Liriano considered a rookie? He has more stats from 05 than Johnson does.
I'm not sure I would take Roy Halladay over Liriano at this point. 12-2 with a sub 2.00 era? That's just rediculous numbers. Assuming he doesn't falter from here on out, I think it's his for the taking.
Can't argue with Webb, although my heart says Harang.
AL MVP, I'm looking at Travis Hafner or Jim Thome. Hafner's got a nod over him with the average, but Thome's playing ofr a winner, so I would guess on Thome. I think they showed last year that Big Papi's gonna get screwed in the MVP voting because he plays DH.
NL MVP, no arguments here.