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On This Day In Baseball History: December 2, 1948

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Stan Musial, in what is one of the greatest statistical seasons in history, wins the NL MVP. Musial led the league in runs scored (135), hits (230), doubles (46), triples (18), rbi (131), batting average (.376), on-base percentage (.450), slugging percentage (.702), OPS (1.152), and total bases (429). 41 more words

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On This Day In Baseball History: November 24, 2009

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman and reigning NL MVP Albert Pujols wins his second consecutive and third overall NL MVP. All he did was lead the league in on-base percentage (.443), slugging (.658), OPS (1.101), runs scored (124), home runs (47), total bases (374), and intentional walks (44). 44 more words

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Bryce Harper Praises Teammates, D.C. Fans For 2015 Support

WASHINGTON — In a rare instance of unanimity, baseball writers across the country did the right thing and selected Bryce Harper as the National League’s Most Valuable Player. 515 more words


Baseball Writers Announce Finalists For Major Awards

NEW YORK (AP) — Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper is one of three finalists for the NL MVP award from teams that failed to make the playoffs. 276 more words


Harper is MVP finalist, but no Gold Gloves for Nats

Bryce Harper, to the surprise of nobody, is one of three finalists for NL MVP honors. The Nationals’ young star will have to wait another nine days to find out if he won the award, and if so, by how much margin. 275 more words

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