Who won the AL MVP in 2008?

Who won the AL MVP in 2008?

Dustin Pedroia
AL MVP Voting

Voting Results
Rank Name 1st Place
1 Dustin Pedroia 16.0
2 Justin Morneau 7.0
3 Kevin Youkilis 2.0

Who won the AL MVP in 2007?

Alex Rodriguez
AL MVP Voting

Voting Results
Rank Name Vote Pts
1 Alex Rodriguez 382.0
2 Magglio Ordonez 258.0
3 Vladimir Guerrero 203.0

Who won the 2010 AL MVP?

Josh Hamilton
AL MVP Voting

Batting Stats
Rank Name R
1 Josh Hamilton 95
2 Miguel Cabrera 111
3 Robinson Cano 103

Who has the most Al MVPs?

Barry Bonds
Barry Bonds’ seven MVPs are the most for any individual player. Alex Rodriguez won the award with two different teams at two different positions. Albert Pujols won the award three times, at first base with the St. Louis Cardinals. Miguel Cabrera was the winner of back-to-back AL Awards from 2012–13.

Who won AL MVP last year?

MLB Awards – MVP

Most Valuable Player
2019 Mike Trout BA: .291, HR: 45, RBI: 104
2018 Mookie Betts BA: .346, HR: 32, RBI: 80
2017 Jose Altuve BA: .346, HR: 24, RBI: 81

Who was the first MLB player to win multiple MVP awards?

Jimmie Foxx was the first player to win multiple times; Ten players have won three times, and 19 have won twice. Frank Robinson is the only player to win the award in both the American and National Leagues. The award’s only tie occurred in the National League in 1979, when Keith Hernandez and Willie Stargell received an equal number of points.

Who was the MVP of the MLB in 2011?

When Justin Verlander won the AL award in 2011, he became the first pitcher in either league to be named the MVP since Dennis Eckersley in 1992. Verlander also became the first starting pitcher to win this award since Roger Clemens accomplished the feat in 1986. The National League went even longer without an MVP award to a pitcher.

Who was the MVP of the AL in 2001?

Seattle outfielder Ichiro Suzuki became the first rookie to win AL MVP in 26 years, taking the AL batting crown with a .350 average to win a close 2001 vote over Oakland first baseman/designated hitter Jason Giambi.

Who was the MVP of the 1932 American League?

The Philadelphia Athletics kicked things off with three straight MVPs. Philadelphia pitcher Lefty Grove won a career-high 31 games with a 2.06 ERA to take the first-ever AL MVP. Teammate Jimmie Foxx, a slugging first baseman, won the award twice by hitting .364 with 58 home runs in 1932 and .356 with 48 homers in 1933.

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