Brewers Braun Wins NL MVP
Many thought that Kemp was a lock to be the NL MVP, but Braun proved everybody wrong. Braun finished the season with a .332 batting average, 33 homeruns, 33 stolen bases, 111 RBIs and a slugging percentage of .597.
Kemp finished second in voting and Fielder finished third.
It's about time Braun earned some respect. Braun has been solid throughout his career, posting a .312 career batting average, 161 homeruns, 531 RBIs and a .531 slugging percentage. Simply put, the guy has been a stud since he played his first game for the Brewers in 2007.