Biscuits shortstop Reid Brignac won a league's most valuable player award Tuesday.
The Class A California League picked Brignac, who was promoted early this month from the Visalia Oaks to the Biscuits. Brignac spent the day basking in the honor -- he had the night off for Montgomery's win at Jacksonville.
Brignac's MVP award is like Delmon Young's last season with the Biscuits. Young left for Class AAA Durham just after the All-Star Game but left enough of an impression to be the MVP. Brignac played in 100 games for the Oaks and still ranks among the league leaders in several offensive categories.
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