On November 15, 1988, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Kirk Gibson wins the National League’s MVP Award, despite finishing the season with only 76 RBIs. Gibson beats out New York Mets outfielders Darryl Strawberry and Kevin McReynolds…
The BBWAA selects Hank Aaron as the National League’s Most Valuable Player. The Milwaukee Braves outfielder, with 239 points from the writers, narrowly edges out Stan Musial and his Cardinal former teammate, Giants infielder Red Schoendienst, who collect 230 and 221, respectively.
November 14, 1957
November 9, 1937
Joe Morgan outpoints Cincinnati Reds teammate George Foster to win his second straight National League MVP Award. Morgan hit .320 with 27 home runs, 111 RBI, 113 runs, 60 stolen bases, and led the NL in slugging percentage (.576) and OPS (1.020). Foster finished with 29 home runs and led the league in RBI (121).
November 24, 1976
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