Sure, winning the World Series is pretty great, and it's even better if you're named Most Valuable Player like Stephen Strasburg was, but you know what's even better? Getting a new C8 Corvette to take home as a much larger and louder trophy.

Strasburg, a pitched for the Washington Nationals, finished the season with an impressive 18 wins, six losses, but really shined during the World Series. That included an eight-inning performance of game six that saw just five pitches in a clutch situation to retire all three batters.

The World Series MVP is able to pick any vehicle from Chevrolet as part of the honor, and recently that's meant a new pickup. But Strasburg picked something a little quicker. A C8 Stingray, the first mid-engine Corvette. Starting with 490 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque and a price of $59,995, it's one of the best performance bargains around.

This marks 14 years of MVPs getting Chevys. The last two winners picked Silverados, and the year before that was a 50th Anniversary Camaro SS. No word on when Strasburg will be able to pick up that new Vette.