"I like the group that we have. I think we are close," said Arenado, who led the league in RBIs (133) and tied for the NL home run title (41). "I want fans to know that so they don't lose hope. I feel bad. They come out every day, to see us lose the way we do sometimes. It upsets me. I want them to know that I truly believe we're close."
"It would be cool to win by myself. But at the same time, he's had a great year for himself. He earned it," said Arenado, who led the league in RBIs with 133. "I'm just happy I had another good year. It's cool. It's a cool thing to be a part of."