The other day on Pardon the Interruption, Michael Wilbon was arguing for Miguel Cabrera as the AL MVP. (Sorry I can't find a link). As part of his argument he said he did not want to hear anything about "statistics" in arguing against Cabrera. Those arguments all pale in comparison when put next to Cabrera winning the Triple Crown.
Huh? The Triple Crown argument is a "statistical" argument as home runs, RBIs and batting average are all statistics. I guess it just depends on what statistic you use.