Curtis Granderson: Why New York Yankee Will Win MVP in 2012

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Curtis Granderson:  Why New York Yankee Will Win MVP in 2012
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Curtis Granderson had an MVP-type season this year but lost out to Justin Verlander who truly led his team to the playoffs.

However, that doesn't mean Granderson won't be able to have a similar season in 2012.  In fact, he stands a good chance of being in the running for the MVP, even winning it.

Granderson has the tools to put together another MVP-caliber year.  He's improved his swing with help from Kevin Long and figures to continue working on it to make himself even better.

Out of all the New York Yankees, well maybe except for Robinson Cano, Granderson stands the best chance of winning the MVP next year.  Unless of course, Alex Rodriguez decides to be A-Rod once again.

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