How Things Would Shake Up If the MLB Season Ended Today

LoudMouf Sports Correspondent IMay 30, 2010

LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 09:  Ubaldo Jimenez #38 of the Colorado Rockies pitches against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second inning at Dodger Stadium on May 9, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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The baseball season is long and sometimes a little drawn out. But what if the 2010 campaign ended today?

What would the end result be? And who would win those fabulous awards we love to see our favorite players robbed of each year? Let's start with the playoff pictures.

American League East: Tampa Bay Rays

American League Central: Minnesota Twins

American League West: Oakland Athletics

American League Wildcard: New York Yankees

National League East: Philadelphia Phillies

National League Central: Cincinnati Reds

National League West: San Diego Padres

National League Wildcard: St. Louis Cardinals (barely outlasting the Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers by a half game)

American League Rookie of the Year: Reid Brignac, SS Tampa Bay Rays

National League Rookie of the Year: Jason Heyward, RF Atlanta Braves

American League Cy Young: David Price, SP Tampa Bay Rays

National League Cy Young: Ubaldo Jimenez, SP Colorado Rockies

American League MVP: Miguel Cabrera, 1B Detroit Tigers (Just holding off Justin Morneau of the Twins)

National League MVP: Andre Ethier, RF Los Angeles Dodgers

AL Silver Sluggers: C Joe Mauer, 1B Justin Morneau, 2B Robinson Cano, 3B Adrian Beltre, SS Elvis Andrus, OF Ichiro Suzuki, OF Magglio Ordonez, OF and Austin Jackson, and DH Vladimir Guerrero

NL Silver Slugger: C Ryan Doumit, 1B Joey Votto, 2B Martin Prado, 3B Casey McGehee, SS Troy Tulowitzki, OF Ryan Braun, OF Andrew McCutchen, OF Carlos Gonzalez, and P Tim Hudson