Aaron Judge vs. Shohei Ohtani: American League MVP comes down to super slugger vs. two-way phenom

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New York Daily News

Five years after his historic rookie season, Aaron Judge finds himself back in the heart of the American League MVP voting. The 30-year-old super slugger will find out if he picks up his first MVP award when the results are unveiled Thursday night. Judge broke the AL single-season home run record last season, hitting 62 homers while slashing .311/.425/.686 and driving in 131 runs. The right fielder is the clear-cut favorite to win his first MVP award after leading the league in most offensive categories. However, Angels’ two-way star Shohei Ohtani figures to make an intriguing case to take hom…

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