As the Dominican Baseball Guy predicted, Juan Francisco won the MVP. The Dominican Baseball Guy also predicted that he would play in the MLB this past season and he did. Juan won the Rookie of the Year in LIDOM in 2008, the MVP last year, and the MVP this year. He has had quite a run in his first three years. This article from the Gigantes del Cibao website sums up his dominance in the LIDOM over the past three years.
This year he was in the top 5 in HR, RBI, Runs, and average. In just 3 years he has 30 HR, which puts him only 2 behind the Gigantes club leader Nelson Cruz, who took seven years to get to that number. He is only the third player in LIDOM history to have two 10 HR seasons, and is half way to the career record. He is also only the 10th player to hit two 400 feet HR in Quisqueya Stadium. He nearly made the Reds playoff roster this season, and should see more playing time next year after playing in 36 games last season. Juan is from Bonao, and he is known as "the Diamond of Bonao."
Lastly, Dean Treanor won the Manager of the Year Award. Treanor managed the Toros to first place in the LIDOM. He has managed and coached in various minor league teams and organizations since 1988. He has managed the Toros for the last two years. Treanor will be managing the Indianapolis Indians of the International League next year (according to this article). Treanor played baseball at Cal Poly-San Luis Obisbo in the 1970s.