On November 9, 1982 — “It is virtually etched in stone that Robin Yount is going to win it in a runaway,” predicted Peter Gammons. Yount, who hit .331 for the Milwaukee Brewers and led the American League in hits (210), doubles (46), and slugging percentage (.578), is a unanimous choice as AL Most Valuable Player. The future Hall of Famer captures all 27 first-place votes easily beating runner-ups Eddie Murray and Doug DeCinces.


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Sources:
Baseball Reference November 9
National Pastime November 9