Kershaw and Trout, the two Most Valuable Players of the Year – MLB

Their unparalleled talent coupled with their impressive performance are part of the highlights in MLB championship this season. It comes as no surprise if a great number of voters picked them out of the notables-packed list of eligible MVP candidates. It is about Clayton Kershaw (Los Angeles Dodgers) who wins the National League MVP award and Mike Trout (Los Angeles Angels) who grabs the American League MVP trophy. Both men also remain the most-wagered MLB players on online sports betting sites. For Kershaw, he also took home a second trophy, the Cy Young Award, to become the first NL pitcher to win two awards in a single season. His career achievements are phenomenal: 21 wins for 3 defeats along with 1.77 points won on average.

As for Mike Trout, this is his first award after being ranked second in the American League votes in the previous two seasons. Thanks to this achievement, 23 year-old Trout enjoys higher sports betting odds than he has in the past. Previously, he was beaten by Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers. His main quality: he has been performing so well for three years now. In 2014, Trout scored 111 points, totaling 36 home runs, hitting 28.7% of pitched ball when he comes to bat.