This year's MLB season has potential for something thats never happened before. For the first time in MLB history, a second basemen could win the mvp in both the National and American league. Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros and Daniel Murphy of the nationals are putting up ridiculous numbers. Altuve is hitting .358, with 73 runs,15 homers and 54 RBI, not to mention 25 stolen bases. He's leading his team who got off to a hirable start right into playoff contention in the AL west as we approach august. Daniel murphy, fresh off his heroic 2015 post-season is having a career year in his own right, leading the national league with a .348 average, to go along with 19 homers and 70 RBI .He has been playing with a very talented nationals team who has been leading in the NL east race all season. If the Astros and Nationals make the playoffs and these stars continue to put up these insane numbers, we very well might have two MVP second basemen for the 2016 season.