MVP of Yesterday (June 29, 2013): Chris Davis

With apologies to Adam Wainwright and Justin Turner, the 5-RBI and 2 HR performance for Chris Davis earns him the MVP of Yesterday. With 30 homers before the break, both Brady Andersen’s 50 HR record for the Orioles and perhaps even Roger Maris‘ AL-record 61 could, theoretically, be under threat.

Miguel Cabrera: 5

Bryce Harper: 3

Adam Wainwright: 3

Brandon Moss: 3

Matt Harvey: 3

Jordan Zimmermann: 3

Yasiel Puig: 3

Chris Davis: 3

Yu Darvish: 2

Joey Votto: 2

Carlos Gonzalez: 2

Patrick Corbin: 2

Giancarlo Stanton: 2

Clayton Kershaw: 1

Cliff Pennington: 1

Cliff Lee: 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

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

Shin-Soo Choo:1

Will Middlebrooks: 1

Aramis Ramirez: 1

Mike Trout: 1

Jose Bautista: 1

Anibal Sanchez: 1

Mike Minor: 1

Pete Kozma: 1

Kelly Johnson: 1

Hyun-jin Ryu: 1

Dioner Navarro: 1

Travis Wood: 1

Jonathan Lucroy: 1

Domonic Brown: 1

Kyle Kendrick: 1

Kevin Slowey: 1

Dan Uggla: 1

Adam Dunn: 1

Aaron Harang: 1

Jesse Chavez: 1

Eric Stults: 1

B.J. Upton: 1

Josh Reddick: 1

Shane Victorino: 1

Zack Greinke: 1

Mat Latos: 1

Rickie Weeks: 1

R.A. Dickey: 1

Derek Holland: 1

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