Verducci's NL MVP Ballot
As one of four players to have 20 doubles, 20 triples, 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases in a season, Rollins has been the engine behind the Phillies' first playoff appearance since 1993.
With a stat line that some can only dream of (216 hits, .340 BA, 36 HRs, 137 RBIs, 50 doubles), Holliday is a major reason why the Rockies made the playoffs after a late-season sprint to the wild card.
In a breakout year, Fielder was one of two players this season to blast 50 home runs.
Proving that last year was not a fluke, Wright was first on the team in doubles (42) and hits (196), and second on the team in RBI's (107), runs scored (113) and stolen bases (34).
Jones toted a career best .337 batting average (minimum of 350 AB in a season) to go along with his 13th consecutive season with 20 or more home runs while driving in 107 runs.
Despite missing a large chunk of the season in August, Utley still managed to get into MVP talks with inspiring play. A team-best .332 batting average (minimum of 100 AB's) and surpassing the 20 HR/100 RBI plateau has fans in the city of brotherly love in high spirits for the postseason.
As the likely winner of the Cy Young award, Peavy led the league in strikeouts (240) and ERA (2.54). Peavy also led the NL in wins with a 19-6 record.
An impressive leadoff hitter, Ramirez is a rare combination of speed and power at the top of the order. A .332 batting average, 29 home runs and 51 stolen bases have been more than enough to raise eyebrows around the league.
With a team-best 33 home runs and 42 doubles, Soriano provided the extra punch the Cubs have lacked in recent years.
It was a down year by his standards, but Pujols still maintained his high average while hitting more than 30 home runs and bringing in more than 100 RBIs for the seventh consecutive time.