MVPs of the Weekend (May 15, 16, 17 of 2015)

The MVPs of the weekend, in order:  Kyle Lohse, Brandon Crawford, and near no-hitter thrower Shelby Miller. It’s Miller’s second MVP of Yesterday on the year!

Standings, as always, after the jump:

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MVP of Yesterday (May 5, 2015): Shelby Miller

Bryce Harper hit three home runs today… but this isn’t about today. It’s about YESTERDAY, and the MVP of Yesterday is Shelby Miller, who threw a complete-game shutout, giving up just three hits and striking out eight.

Standings, as always, after the jump:

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MVP of Yesterday (May 10, 2013): Shelby MIller

Lots of choices for yesterday- Jon Lester, for example, threw a one-hit, no-walk shutout, and Alex Cobb of the Rays struck out 13, which is really amazing when you consider he didn’t even go 5 full innings…

but Shelby Miller of the Cardinals threw a one-hit, no-walk shutout WHILE ALSO striking out 13 and, oh yes, essentially had as close to a perfect game you can have while giving up a hit. Ernie Young Jr. led off the game against Miller with a base-hit, but after that, Miller put down 27 straight Rockies. And for that, he’s the MVP of Yesterday.

MVP standings after jump:

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