The first is the downloadable Win Shares database. The second is The Hardball Times's Win Shares leaders for the NL in 2007.
In that case, I don't know what Baseball Prospectus is talking about
I think it is interesting how the NL MVP last year basically had the same year as the guy who came in tenth in the AL voting(Granderson).
"In the end it all comes down to talent. You can talk all you want about intangibles, I just don't know what that means. Talent makes winners, not intangibles. Can nice guys win? Sure, nice guys can win - if they're nice guys with a lot of talent. Nice guys with a little talent finish fourth and nice guys with no talent finish last." --Sandy Koufax
Ramirez does terribly in everybody's fielding metrics. The difference is that most of them don't see a 5-6 win difference between the best and worst defensive shortstops.