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11-21-2012, 09:11 AM
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Once Trout puts in a full season and if he puts up similar numbers'll be hard to deny him again. 50+ steals, lead the Majors in runs and then hit well over .300, probably hit 30+ HR and 90-100 RBI as a leadoff man...that resume will put him on the MVP ballot every year.

If Trout hadn't faded in September and continued to post strong numbers, I think it could've been him over Cabrera regardless of the Triple Crown or which team made the playoffs. Like Liam Neeson in Taken...Trout has a very unique set of skills.

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