MVP vs. Player of the Year, it’s how you look at them

Some interesting ideas are being expressed concerning who and why should receive the Del Rio League’s Most Valuable Player Award.
Keep ‘em coming, but consider this: an MVP is someone who, if subtracted from his team, would have the greatest impact on its success, or lack thereof. A Player of the Year is the individual whom, based upon his talent, you would select first if you were building a team.

Coach of the Year should be the individual who gets the most out of his players. This could be the individual whose team wins the championship even if he or she had the most talent with which to work, or perhaps someone whose roster lacked talent or experience and finished well back in the pack.

Any ideas about that one?

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