Eddie Rosario named Championship Series MVP

That’s it: the Atlanta Braves have defeated their demons and here they are in the World Series. They took the measure of the Los Angeles Dodgers in six games.

To anyone’s surprise… it was Eddie Rosario who was named the National Championship Series MVP.

Yordan Alvarez, another obvious choice, was chosen in the American yesterday.

With no less than 14 hits, he tied a record for the most hits in one series. We also note his average of .560 (third highest in history for a series), his three long balls and his nine RBIs.

Acquired against Pablo Sandoval – you read that correctly – by the deadline, he helped revamp a much-needed outfield after significant absences.

His circuit today sealed the fate of the MVP title. The question to ask is whether he can repeat his exploits this week.

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