MVP of Yesterday (May 20, 2013): Patrick Corbin

While Yan Gomes had 2 home runs (including the game-winner) and Clayton Kershaw also had a 9-inning complete game, but Patrick Corbin of the Diamondbacks threw his 9-inning complete game, with only three hits and one earned run, while ALSO throwing 10 strikeouts (by comparison, Kershaw “only” had 5). And thus, he is the MVP of Yesterday.

MVP Standings after the jump:

Bryce Harper: 3

Miguel Cabrera: 3

Brandon Moss: 2

Jordan Zimmermann: 2

Yu Darvish: 2

Matt Harvey: 2

Adam Wainwright: 2

Joey Votto: 2

Clayton Kershaw: 1

Cliff Pennington: 1

Cliff Lee: 1

Chris Davis: 1

Justin Upton: 1

Billy Butler: 1

Travis Hafner: 1

Robinson Cano: 1

Justin Masterson: 1

Hiroki Kuroda: 1

Joe Mauer: 1

Chris Johnson: 1

Jay Bruce: 1

Mark Ellis: 1

Alex Cobb: 1

David Ortiz: 1

Carlos Gomez: 1

Giancarlo Stanton: 1

Tim Hudson: 1

Denard Span: 1

Drew Stubbs: 1

Stephen Drew: 1

Evan Longoria: 1

Scott Kazmir: 1

Shelby Miller: 1

Chris Sale: 1

Aaron Hicks: 1

Carlos Gonzalez: 1

Shin-Soo Choo:1

Will Middlebrooks: 1

Aramis Ramirez: 1

Patrick Corbin: 1

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