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3B Kyle Seager
Rookie of the Year: SS Brad Miller
The Seattle Mariners have seen had an influx of young talent join the big league ranks this season, including Miller's double-play partner, Nick Franklin (.689 OPS, 12 HR). But the choice here is the 23-year-old shortstop out of Clemson.
Miller unseated Brendan Ryan from the everyday shortstop job in late June, and he's brought solid defense and a decent all-around offensive game to the Mariners lineup.
Cy Young: SP Hisashi Iwakuma
For anyone but Felix Hernandez to be here would have been blasphemy entering the season, but Iwakuma bests him almost across the board this year, as he's been one of 2013's true breakout stars.
A reliever in the first half of the 2012 season, Iwakuma went 8-4 with a 2.50 ERA in 15 starts after joining the rotation, and it's been more of the same this season. The team gave him a two-year, $14 million contract with a $7 million option for 2015 in what ranks as one of the better under-the-radar signings of this past offseason.
MVP: 3B Kyle Seager
Kendrys Morales, Michael Morse and Raul Ibanez were all added in an effort to boost the Mariners' offensive attack, but it was incumbent third baseman Seager who was once again the team's top hitter.
The 25-year-old led the team with 20 home runs and 86 RBI last season, and while Morales has him bested in those two areas this year, he gets the nod for MVP honors thanks to the fact that he also brings a solid glove at third base to the table.