Red Sox DH David Ortiz, who now has 11 walk-off career hits and presently leads the majors in homeruns and RBI, did it again on Saturday, serving up a single to drive in the winning run in the bottom of the 11th against the Angels. Last year, chants of MVP were heard for Ortiz. This year thereâ€™s clamor again for him to be MVP. That raises the questionâ€”should a DH, who rarely if ever plays the field, be considered for MVP? Some purist say â€œNever!â€? But why not? A DH plays every day, Ask yourself thisâ€”how often is a guyâ€™s fielding considered in MVP voting? If it goes to a hitter (and not a pitcher), itâ€™s always about offensive output. So I say- ORTIZ FOR MVP!