AL West All-Star Team
The Al West is one of the worst divisions in the league. So I decided to make my own all-star team. This list if players that are currently enrolled with the team (that includes free-agents).
C Mike Napoli
Last season Kenji Johjima would have won this title but now Johjima is on the bottom of the rankings. Napoli hit in 20 home runs and batted .273. Not a true star but he got the job done.
1B Mark Texiera
Compared to his competition this was a no brainer. The best first baseman in the league, especially after he was traded to LA in a fight for the World Series.
2B Ian Kinsler
Kinsler was an MVP candidate all season long until his late injury kept him from playing for a while. While his numbers surpass MVP Dustin Pedroia he didn't even finish in the top 10 in voting.
3B Adrian Beltre
In a division that lacks any star third baseman Adrian Beltre will win this title. Putting in 25 home runs with a .266 batting average.
SS Michael Young
The old guy will win it. 12 home runs, and a .284 ba isn't bad unless you compare it to his previous stats.
OF Matt Holliday
Never actually played in the Al West this season but is currently enrolled in it. Holliday put in another MVP campaign this season but failed to win, again.
OF Josh Hamilton
An MVP candidate all year long. Was traded to the Rangers for Edinson Volquez. Possibly the biggest trade of all time, for both teams.
OF Milton Bradley
An unexpexted player to have a career season. Bradley batted .321 with 22 home runs. After his career has been a board game he finally landed on a property he liked and played well on.
P Ervin Santana
Not the Santana most people have heard about, but the Angels sure did dominate the Al West in pitching this season.
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