Another series is in the books and this one went the same in the win/loss columns with the Padres taking two out of three. In the last series, Yonder Alonso picked up the MVP honors with 56% of the vote.
For this series, I made a few minor changes to the points. Add a point here, take away a point there, but nothing too drastic.
|Single- 2 points per||Win- 10 points||Win- 5 points|
|Double- 4 points per||Loss- Minus 5 points||Loss- Minus 3 points|
|Triple- 6 points per||IP- 3 points per||IP-3 points per|
|Home Run- 8 points per||K- 2 points per||K- 2 points per|
|RBI- 2 points per||Hits- Minus 2 points per||Hits- Minus 2 points per|
|Run- 1 point per||BB- Minus 2 points per||BB- Minus 2 points per|
|Walk- 1 point per||ER- Minus 2 points per||ER- Minus 2 points per|
|SB- 1 point per||QS- 3 points||Hold/Save- 3 points|
|CS- Minus 1 point per|
|K- Minus 2 points per|
|GIDP- Minus 3 points per|
|Error- Minus 1 point per|
In this series against Cincinnati, there were a few players who rose to the occasion and one who stayed hot when the Padres needed him.
|Batters||Game 1||Game 2||Game 3||Total||Starters||Game 1||Game 2||Game 3||Total|
|Gyorko||X||-4||X||-4||Relievers||Game 1||Game 2||Game 3||Total|
Who is this series' MVP? Unlike the series with the Mets, there were only a few contenders for the MVP award.
Will it go to Matt Kemp for his contribution in Game 2?
Will Yonder Alonso repeat as series MVP for his game-tying grand slam on Saturday afternoon?
Derek Norris had a good 3 game series for the Padres. Does he steal the honors?
On Friday, Tyson Ross pitched a strong game before the rain wiped away his chances at more points. Should he be the MVP?
Vote for the series MVP against the Cincinnati Reds below.