MLB Awards Watch: Who's leading each category?

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American League infielder Miguel Cabrera (right) of the Detroit Tigers celebrates with Mike Trout (27) of the Los Angeles Angels after hitting a two-run home run in the first inning during the 2014 MLB All Star Game at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports

With the calendar displaying August and the majority of teams in Major League Baseball exceeding 110 games played during the 2014 season, we have a pretty good idea of what the campaign has in store. The top-tier players have separated themselves from the pack, the best teams are focused on October, and the middle-of-the-road commodities are clawing for a potential spot in the coveted, one-game playoff scenario.

In addition to the team-based goals, there is plenty to discuss in the way of individual honors, and the MLB awards race is on in full force. The three “major” awards – Rookie of the Year, Cy Young Award, MVP Award – are up for grabs in both leagues, and in this space, we will glance at the leaders for each of them.

Let the games begin.

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