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2007 MABL AWARDS

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MVP

Manager votes for up to 5 different players. Players received 5 points for a 1st place vote, 4 points for a 2nd place vote, 3 points for a 3rd place vote, 2 points for a 4th place vote and 1 point for a 5th place vote. Managers could not vote for players from their own team. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the player appearing on the most ballots breaks tie. If a tie remains, the player receiving the highest seed vote would break a tie. If a tie still remains, the vote is deemed a tie. Only players appearing on multiple ballots shown.

Most Valuable Player Total Points 1st place 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place
1 Jonathan Pollard, Tigers
Led MABL with 1.226 OPS.
2nd in league with 26 RBI.
3rd in league with 26 runs scored.
50 9 - 1 1 -
2 Josue Feliciano, Tigers
Batted .403, 7th in MABL.
Slugging % of .677, 3rd in MABL.
Led league with 29 runs scored.
27 - 3 3 3 -
3 Mark Bowles , Indians
Led league in battng at .451.
Led league in hits with 37.
2nd in league with 28 runs scored.
25 1 3 2 1 -
4 Daryl Pina, Indians 25 2 3 1 - -
5 Matt Deeb, White Sox 14 - - 2 3 2
6 Nate Laliberte, Senators 13 - 2 - 1 3
7 Chris Sanosuosso, Cutters 7 - 1 - 1 1
8 Jordan Krall, Orioles 5 - - 1 1 -
9 Nate Maxwell, Indians 4 - - - 1 2
10 Santi Mazzeo, Athletics 4 - - 1 - 1
11 Chris Buckley, Orioles 3 - - 1 - -
12 Alan Donaruma, Athletics 2 - - - - 2
13 Eric Harvey, Astros 1 - - - - 1

Cy Young

Manager votes for up to 5 different players. Players received 5 points for a 1st place vote, 4 points for a 2nd place vote, 3 points for a 3rd place vote, 2 points for a 4th place vote and 1 point for a 5th place vote. Managers could not vote for players from their own team. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the player appearing on the most ballots breaks tie. If a tie remains, the player receiving the highest seed vote would break a tie. If a tie still remains, the vote is deemed a tie. Only players appearing on multiple ballots shown.

Cy Young Total Points 1st place 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place
1 Daryl Pina, Indians
Finished with perfect 8-0 record.
Led league in wins (8) and saves (4).
2nd best ERA in league at 1.48.
Tossed 2 shutouts.
51 9 1 - 1 -
2 Eric Harvey, Astros
Finished 6-2 with league best 1.08 ERA.
Led league with 86 strikeouts.
Tossed 2 shutouts; K'd 14+ three times.
42 2 6 2 1 -
3 Rich Wlodarczyk, Tigers
Finished 6-2 with 1.90 ERA.
Tossed 2 shutout; Notched 55 K's.
37 1 4 4 2 -
4 Neil Doherty, Rangers
11
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1
2
4
5 Matt Mothander, Senators 8
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2
1
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6 Matt Richard, Cutters
6
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1
1
1
7 Scott MacKenzie, Astros 5
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1
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2
8 Brian Houlding, Tigers
5
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2
1
9 Andrew Hubbard, White Sox 4
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1
2
10 Kevin Krueger, Rangers
4
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1
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1
11 Chad Griffiths, Tigers 4
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1
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12 Victor Ruiz, Orioles
2
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1
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13 Brian Cosentino, Grays 1
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1

Rookie of the Year

Manager votes for up to 5 different players. Players received 5 points for a 1st place vote, 4 points for a 2nd place vote, 3 points for a 3rd place vote, 2 points for a 4th place vote and 1 point for a 5th place vote. Managers could not vote for players from their own team. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the player appearing on the most ballots breaks tie. If a tie remains, the player receiving the highest seed vote would break a tie. If a tie still remains, the vote is deemed a tie. Only players appearing on multiple ballots shown.

Rookie of the Year Total Points 1st place 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place
1 Matt Deeb, White Sox
Led rookies with 1.156 OPS.
2nd best rookie batter at .412.
2nd most rookie walks with 15.
Led rookies with 24 runs scored.
44 4 4 2 1 -
2 Nate Laliberte, Senators
Led rookies with 30 hits; batted .405.
2nd best rookie with 24 RBI.
3rd best rookie with 20 runs scored.
41 2 6 1 2 -
3 Nate Maxwell, Indians
Led rookies with 27 RBI; batted 337.
2nd best rookie with 23 runs scored.
37 4 1 4 - 1
4 Chris Santosuosso, Cutters
23
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1
5
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5 Scott MacKenzie, Astros
16
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3
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6 Matt Richard, Cutters
10
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1
1
5
7 Anthony Tomaro, White Sox
7
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3
1
T8 Don Vachon, Astros
1
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1
T8 John Byrne, White Sox
1
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1

Manager of the Year

Each manager could vote for 3 other managers. Managers received 3 points for a 1st place vote, 2 points for a 2nd place vote and 1 point for a 3rd place vote. No manager could vote for himself. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the manager appearing on the most ballots will break a tie. If a tie remains, the manager receiving the highest seed vote would break a tie. If a tie still remains, the vote will be deemed a tie. Only managers appearing on multiple ballots shown. Note: One 1st Place vote was ommitted by choice.

Manager of the Year Total Points 1st place 2nd place 3rd place
1 Dan Field, Tigers
Compiled 21-6 record, leading Tigers to first Bay State Conference title.
21 5 1 4
2 Jason Bressner, Orioles
At 14-13, led Orioles to first playoff berth and winning season in 7-year history.
15 1 5 2
3 Chad Besegai, Rangers
Compiled 18-9 record, leading Rangers to first Atlantic Conference regular season title.
12 3 1 1
4 Nick Bondola, Indians
7
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3
1
5 Kevin McGowan, Athletics
6
1
1
1
6 Frank Nellenback, Grays
3
1
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7 Brett Rudy, White Sox
2
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2
8 Jeff Coveney, Cutters
2
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1
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9 Matt Englander, Mariners
1
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1

Player's Choice

Player's Choice
Elite Team (A)
Total Points Elite Votes Premier Votes
P1 Daryl Pina, Indians 31 10 1
P2 Eric Harvey, Astros 30 9 3
C Stephen Limoges, Mariners 19 6 1
1B Chris Buckley, Orioles
20
6
2
2B Andy Katz, Rangers
28
9
1
3B Nate Laliberte, Senators
29
9
2
SS Jonathan Pollard, Tigers
25
7
4
OF Mark Bowles, Indians
30
10
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OF Matt Deeb, White Sox
26
7
5
OF Josue Feliciano, Tigers
26
8
2
OF Chris Santosuosso, Cutters
26
8
2
DH Charlie Engasser, Indians
31
10
1

Player's Choice
Premier Team (B)
Total Points Elite Votes Premier Votes
P1 Rich Wlodarczyk, Tigers 20 4 8
P2 Neil Doherty, Rangers 6 1 3
C Ivan Clemente, White Sox 12 2 6
1B Santi Mazzeo, Athletics
18
4
6
2B Anthony Bucciarelli, Cutters
13
2
7
3B Chris Caprio, Rangers
10
1
7
SS Nate Maxwell, Indians
12
3
3
OF Ryan Bere, Orioles
9
1
6
OF Mike Moloney, Cutters
9
2
3
DH Omar Ortiz, White Sox
7
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7

Managers could only vote for up to two of their own players across the 'Elite' (A) and 'Premier' (B) teams. Elite Team votes receive 3 points, Premier team votes receive 1 point. In the event of a tie, the following tie-breakers were used: the player receiving the most 'A' team votes will break the tie. If a tie remains, the player receiving the most overall votes will break the tie. If a tie still remains, the vote will be deemed a tie. Only players appearing on multiple ballots shown.

Player's Choice
Others With Multiple Votes
Total Points Elite Votes Premier Votes
C Mike Morgan, Tigers
11
3
2
3B Greg Bennett, Indians
8
2
2
OF Jeff Rausch, Mariners
6
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6
1B Earl Murphy, Tigers
6
1
3
SS Chris Plant, Rangers
5
1
2
DH Don Vachon, Astros
5
1
2
SS Jordan Krall, Orioles
5
1
2
OF Nick Bondola, Indians
4
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4
C Jay Thomas, Orioles
4
1
1
2B Mike Lembo, White Sox
4
1
1
2B Matt Giblin, Tigers
3
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3
P Matt Mothander, Senators
3
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3
OF Ned Coffee, Cutters
3
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3
P Chad Griffiths, Tigers
2
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2
DH Kevin Beliveau, Tigers
2
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2
P Matt Richard, Cutters
2
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2
OF Mike Knell, Reds
2
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2