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Midseason MVP Candidates

Now we move on to the highest of honors: the Most Valuable Player award. Several players have been extremely valuable to their respective teams this year, but the following lists contain a few players who have gone above and beyond. 609 more words

Regular Season

A Look at the AL MVP Field

Now it’s time for the big one: the Most Valuable Player. In the American League last year, Josh Donaldson gave Mike Trout his third runner-up finish as Donaldson secured his first title. 600 more words

Regular Season

10 Bold MLB Predictions

Ahhhh! Smell that? That’s the smell of the fresh cut infield. Hear that? That’s the sound of the mitts popping. It’s that time again: it’s baseball season. 1,178 more words


On This Day In Baseball History: November 26, 1975

Boston Red Sox 22-year old outfielder Fred Lynn wins AL MVP over Royals first baseman John Mayberry. Having already been named AL Rookie of the Year, Lynn becomes the first player in history to earn both honors in the same season. 19 more words

On This Day In Baseball History

On This Day In Baseball History: November 25, 1981

Milwaukee Brewers reliever Rollie Fingers wins the AL CY Young award becoming the first relief pitcher to do so in the AL. Fingers posted a microscopic 1.04 ERA while tossing 78 innings and saving a lead leading 28 games. 21 more words

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On This Day In Baseball History: November 23, 2010

Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton, despite missing 29 games in September, wins the AL MVP. Hamilton led the AL in batting (.359), slugging (.633), and OPS (1.044), to go along with his 32 homers and 100 rbi. 32 more words

On This Day In Baseball History

Allow me to be the first to say that Mike Trout deserved to be MVP

With the dust finally having settled in the 2015 MLB season, the awards have all been handed out in order. The Toronto Blue Jays may have fallen short of making the World Series, but Josh Donaldson walked away with the American League MVP in convincing fashion. 456 more words

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