2010 MLB Playoffs: The Most Important Player For Each 2010 Postseason Team

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2010 MLB Playoffs: The Most Important Player For Each 2010 Postseason Team
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At the time of year when all the talk is of MVP hitters and Cy Young pitchers, many important players are often not even considered. Although MVP does include the term valuable, that award is usually given to the player who has produced the most offense, and the Cy Young to the pitcher with the lowest Earned Run Average.

But there are so many more players—25 per team and 200 in the postseason total—all of them designated to a certain role. But the production of some players is more important to their team than others. So which players will be the most heavily relied on in this year's playoffs? 

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