FLB: 2007 AL OF Rankings
1. Vladimir Guerrero, Angels: People always seem to worry about Guerrero's back, which takes so much strain from those big, long swings, but in spite of that he has topped a .317 batting average, 32 homers and 108 RBI in each of his three seasons with the Angels, winning an MVP award. Guerrero might be the type whose career suffers a swift decline someday, but not today. He'll be 31 next year, an all-time great still in his prime years.
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