As a New York Yankees fan, there is one moment in MLB history that still burns me up regularly. Forget the 2004 ALCS—I was even more upset when Derek Jeter (pictured) lost the AL MVP Award in 2006 just because he didn't have big power numbers. If you ask me, it was a snub that borders on the unforgivable.
Then it occurred to me: The AL MVP Award is to be announced this afternoon, and if convention is defied with the fact that Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander wins, many more deserving players will have been snubbed.
Thus, let's go through the annals of MLB history and take a look at the 25 biggest MVP snubs of all time.