With the All-Star rosters set and exactly one week until the showdown in Kansas City, the thought of who will be this summer's All-Star game MVP is starting to creep into everyone's mind.
With so much talent on the field at once, your guess is as good as mine.
But I took a stab at it anyway.
What I've done is projected the percentage that I believe each player has of winning the MVP for their respective team.
I've split it up between AL and NL because this is the All-Star game—these squads are evenly matched heading into the game, and I feel that each guy has a chance to take home the hardware by the end of the night.
Yes, the award is usually given to the winning squad, and while I think (and hope) that the American League will win, I don't want that to cloud the judgement of my projections.
Let's take a look at what I came up with:
All statistics compiled before the start of games on July 2.