Originally Posted by Superdude
How does the fact that there is outcries every year mean they're wrong? I'm sure if they switched the definition, there would be plenty of outcries on the other side.
I was just responding to someone else who said there were no outcries.
There is no definition to switch.
The point I have been making in this thread is that people are debating which player had the better year, but historically it doesn't matter which player had the better year because many of the writers vote based on how teams perform rather than the best players. Given that the award doesn't often go to the best player (everyone agrees that is the case) then why should we really care about the award?