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Who was the Series MVP for the Padres against Arizona?

Choose wisely. Very wisely.

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The Padres win their first series since August 21-23 against the Cardinals and their first series on the road since August 14-17 in Colorado.

I watched exactly zero minutes of the last three games.

Not one pitch.

Not one swing.

Nothing.

And they went ahead and won their first series in a month.

That's a stake right to my blue and sand heart that they'd do that to me.

I thought we were fam!

So, I have no idea how the players looked in this series.

All I know is what the stats and the highly complex algorithms that create the point system tell me.

Batters Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Total
Amarista -2 X X -2
Barmes X X X 0
Decker 0 0 X 0
Dickerson X 0 X 0
Gale 0 0 X 0
Gyorko 7 2 1 10
Hedges -2 1 0 -1
Jankowski -3 6 X 3
Kemp 5 -4 13 14
Myers 22 -5 4 21
Norris 7 0 X 7
Solarte 6 0 -6 0
Spangenberg 15 2 0 17
J. Upton 1 15 X 16
M. Upton Jr. X 0 -3 -3
Wallace -2 -2 5 1
Shields -2 X X -2
Ross X 4 X 4
Cashner X X -2 -2
Kimbrel X X -2 -2

Starters Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Total
Shields 36 X X 36
Ross X 27 X 27
Cashner X X 29 29
Relievers Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Total
Benoit X 5 7 12
Campos X X X 0
Despaigne X X X 0
Edwards X X X 0
Garces X X X 0
Jackson -8 X X -8
Kelley X X X 0
Kimbrel X X 13 13
Mateo 3 X X 3
Norris X -15 X -15
Quackenbush X -13 X -13
Rzepczynski X 3 X 3
Thayer X X X 0
Vincent -1 2 X -4

Alright, there are the stats. Looks like a few guys were good and some others were not so good.

Now it's your turn. Go ahead and vote for your pick below or else Austin Hedges will stare intently through your soul until you do.