Paul Goldschmidt and Aaron Judge won the MVP of the National League and the American League

Paul Goldschmidt and Aaron Judge won the MVP of the National League and the American League

The MVP are the most anticipated awards at the end of each MLB season and have already been announced, the winners are Paul Goldschmidt and Aaron Judge

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt and New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge ultimately went on to win the National League and American League MVP awards, respectively.

In this way, the two winners of the most anticipated prizes are announced after the end of the Big Tent baseball season.

Paul Goldschmidt, the new Cardinal Major

As for Paul Goldschmidt, he becomes the first Cardinals player to win the MVP after Albert Pujols. He beat his teammate Nolan Arenado and Manny Machado of the San Diego Padres on the ballot.

The first baseman from St. Louis ended up leading the OPS department (.981). Added to that he was third in batting average (.317), second in RBIs (115) and fifth in the home run department (35). To all this we must add the call to his seventh All-Star Game and as if that were not enough he won his fifth Silver Slugger.

Aaron Judge’s dream season

As far as Aaron Judge is concerned, he ended up beating the “phenomenon” Shohei Ohtani, who had won the award last season and who this year also had important records.

Aaron Judge set a new American League record for home runs with his 62 full-round shots, surpassing Babe Ruth and Roger Maris. The outfielder was in the fight for the Triple Crown until the last moment but the Venezuelan Luis Arráez ended up taking the batting title and removing the options of “El Juez”.

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