With Mike Trout and Clayton Kershaw claiming MVP honors on Thursday night, the 2014 MLB awards season has officially wrapped up.

Jacob deGrom claimed NL Rookie of the Year honors after a surprise season for the New York Mets, while Cuban slugger Jose Abreu took home AL Rookie of the Year honors unanimously after ranking as one of the league’s top sluggers.

Clayton Kershaw was also a unanimous winner in the NL Cy Young voting, while Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber was perhaps the biggest surprise of the major award-winners as he edged out Felix Hernandez for AL Cy Young.

With that said, it’s never too early to look ahead to who could be contending for the league’s top honors at this time next year, although there is undoubtedly a lot that will change between now and next November.

So here is a way-too-early look at my picks for 2015 Rookie of the Year, Cy Young and MVP award-winners.

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