Baseball: Larry Walker, MVP

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The Marlins may have won the Series, but their brother expansion team has the National League's Most Valuable Player. After a season spent flirting with a .400 average, Colorado's Larry Walker was the runaway choice for a year in which he hit .366 with 49 home runs and 130 RBIs. Like Ken Griffey, Jr., who was named MVP in the American League yesterday actually, like everyone who's ever won the award but didn't make it to the World Series Walker says he'd trade the hardware for a championship ring. So far, no one has taken him up on the offer.