Rollins, who spurred Phils into playoffs, wins MVP
The Gold Glove shortstop received 16 of 32 first-place votes and finished with 353 points in balloting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
Holliday, who led Colorado's surprising charge to the World Series, was the runner-up with 11 first-place votes and 336 points. Milwaukee slugger Prince Fielder came in third, with five first-place votes and 284 points.
And Unbelievably, someone still believes in Kendall's grit.
The catching carousel continues to spin. And the next time it stops, Jason Kendall could land with the Brewers.
Kendall and the Brewers are exchanging contract proposals and engaging in serious discussions, according to major-league sources.
If the Brewers sign Kendall, 33, their next move could be to trade Johnny Estrada, 31, who is a year away from free agency and figures to earn more than $4 million in arbitration next season.