Another take on it:http://www.sportsline.com/u/ce/feature/0,1518,3957756_52,00.htmlI find much of this guy's reasoning suspect, but his conclusion is that . . . even if you look at the MVP contest statistically, without consideration for character or team standings, Bonds would not have this award hands-down as others have argued. If it was that simple, whether or not writers liked the guy wouldn't be an issue. As it stands now, the closeness of the race in so many categories makes likability an intriguing tiebreaker in the unwritten rules of baseball awards voting. PM
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