On November 17, 1982 — Center fielder Dale Murphy wins the National League MVP Award, becoming the first Braves player to be so honored since Hank Aaron in 1957, when the team played in Milwaukee. Murphy hit .281 with 36 home runs, 109 RBI, 113 runs, and 23 stolen bases. The Atlanta outfielder will win the MVP again next season, becoming only the fourth player to be honored in consecutive seasons.

 

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