SportsNation's 2007 MVP Tracker

Updated: September 25, 2007, 11:52 AM ET

For players who spent months putting up the kind of numbers and making the kind of plays that gained them entry to the MVP debate, one day can change everything when the calendar flip to September.

Last year's SportsNation MVP Tracker had Jermaine Dye as the prohibitive favorite in the AL on Sep. 1. But as Dye cooled, Derek Jeter seized the lead, only to surrender it himself when Justin Morneau claimed the most votes on Sep. 21. Morneau held the lead the rest of the regular season, and just as SportsNation predicted, won the actual award.

With a wild race unfolding in the NL and several top candidates battling for position in the AL, how will this year's races turn out? You tell us, SportsNation.

SPORTSNATION: 2007 MVP VOTING
DATE NL AL
Sep. 25 Vote for NL MVP!
No change in the voting, but changes in the standings are in store. If the Brewers don't make the playoffs, is Prince still the MVP? Have your views changed? Vote now!
Vote for AL MVP!
Barring a disastrous late-season collapse, Alex Rodriguez is SportsNation's clear choice for MVP. Disagree? Have someone else in mind? Have your views changed? Vote now!
Sep. 19 1. Prince Fielder
2. David Wright
3. Ryan Howard
4. Jose Reyes
           5. Albert Pujols
1. Alex Rodriguez
2. Magglio Ordonez
3. Vladimir Guerrero
4. Curtis Granderson
           5. Ichiro Suzuki
Sep. 12 1. Prince Fielder
2. David Wright
3. Ryan Howard
4. Jose Reyes
           5. Albert Pujols
1. Alex Rodriguez
2. Magglio Ordonez
3. Vladimir Guerrero
4. Curtis Granderson
           5. Ichiro Suzuki
Sep. 11 1. David Wright
2. Prince Fielder
3. Ryan Howard
4. Albert Pujols
           5. Jose Reyes
1. Alex Rodriguez
2. Magglio Ordonez
3. Curtis Granderson
4. Ichiro Suzuki
           5. Vladimir Guerrero
Sep. 10 1. Prince Fielder
2. David Wright
3. Ryan Howard
4. Albert Pujols
           5. Jose Reyes
1. Alex Rodriguez
2. Magglio Ordonez
3. Curtis Granderson
4. Ichiro Suzuki
           5. Vladimir Guerrero
Sep. 7 1. Prince Fielder
2. David Wright
3. Ryan Howard
4. Albert Pujols
           5. Jose Reyes
1. Alex Rodriguez
2. Magglio Ordonez
3. Vladimir Guerrero
4. Ichiro Suzuki
           5. Curtis Granderson
Sep. 6 1. Prince Fielder
2. David Wright
3. Ryan Howard
4. Albert Pujols
           5. Jose Reyes
1. Alex Rodriguez
2. Magglio Ordonez
3. Ichiro Suzuki
4. Vladimir Guerrero
           5. Curtis Granderson
Sep. 5 1. Prince Fielder
2. David Wright
3. Ryan Howard
4. Albert Pujols
           5. Jose Reyes
           6. Matt Holliday
1. Alex Rodriguez
2. Magglio Ordonez
3. Vladimir Guerrero
4. Ichiro Suzuki
           5. Curtis Granderson
Sep. 4 1. David Wright
2. Prince Fielder
3. Ryan Howard
4. Jose Reyes
           5. Matt Holliday
           6. Albert Pujols
1. Alex Rodriguez
2. Magglio Ordonez
3. Vladimir Guerrero
4. Ichiro Suzuki
           5. Curtis Granderson
Midseason 1. Prince Fielder, MIL
2. Matt Holliday, COL
3. Jose Reyes, NYM
4. Russell Martin, LAD
           5. Chase Utley, PHI
1. Magglio Ordonez, DET
2. Alex Rodriguez, NYY
3. Vladimir Guerrero, LAA
4. Justin Morneau, MIN
           5. David Ortiz, BOS