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he'll win the award near unanimously, I expect.
I wonder how much difference it'll make to Kershaw's total whether Kershaw ends up beating McCutchen in WAR or not. Kershaw is currently only .1 behind. It seems plausible that the kind of writers who would consider voting for Kershaw at all would also be the kind of writers who might care about that.
McCutchen is a very obvious candidate though. I agree that if the Pirates were on their way to 76 wins again, Molina would probably win (and possibly deserve) the MVP. But McCutchen's having an MVP-caliber season and leading his team to its first playoff appearance in 20 years; he'll win the award near unanimously, I expect.
I doubt he does win it unanimously as someone will vote stupidly(see Keith Law and Will Leach
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