Two of the elite talents in the American League, Miguel Cabrera and Mariano Rivera, have begun this year no differently than any other they have played.
San Jose Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski was voted Major League Soccer’s MVP on Thursday after scoring 27 goals to tie the season record set by Tampa Bay’s Roy Lassiter in 1996.
Baseball writers Thursday put the capper on a remarkable comeback by San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey from a devastating 2011 injury by voting him the National League Most Valuable Player for 2012.
If the Giants win the deciding Game 7, Marco Scutaro will be a strong candidate to win the NLCS MVP.
Alex Smith is a viable MVP candidate. Smith leads the NFL in quarterback rating. Yes, you got that right.
After enduring a gruesome collision at home plate last season that resulted in a broken leg and torn ligaments in his ankle, Posey has done more than exceed our wildest expectations in 2012 and is all but a lock to win the Comeback Player of the Year Award.
Logan Couture played little enough last season to retain his rookie status. But the lightly-seasoned young forward is looking these days more like the Sharks MVP than the rookie of the year.
Even though his New England Patriots squad wasn’t in Sunday’s Super Bowl San Mateo’s Tom Brady can still say he had a successful season after becoming the first NFL player to receive a unanimous vote as league Most Valuable Player.
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Aaron Rodgers,the Chico native who became a football standout at Cal, is a Super Bowl championship quarterback in his own right. And he’s the game’s MVP, too.