Tag: November 18

In the Cy Young Award vote, Jake Arrieta of the Cubs is the winner in the Nationals League while Dallas Keuchel does the same in the American League. Both pitchers won their respective league’s Wild Card Game with strong performances, in addition to being dominant in the regular season.

In the Cy Young Award vote, Jake Arrieta of the Cubs is the winner in the Nationals League while Dallas Keuchel does the same in the American League. Both pitchers won their respective league’s Wild Card Game with strong performances, in addition to being dominant in the regular season.

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The Tigers acquire closer Francisco Rodriguez from the Brewers in return for IF Javier Betancourt and a player to be named. The Tigers had struggled to find a pitcher to fill the role all of last season following an ijury to veteran Joe Nathan.

The Tigers acquire closer Francisco Rodriguez from the Brewers in return for IF Javier Betancourt and a player to be named. The Tigers had struggled to find a pitcher to fill the role all of last season following an ijury to veteran Joe Nathan.

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The Mets announce the team is moving in sections of the Citi Field outfield wall, adjusting the distances from home plate to center and right field from three to 11 feet. According to New York’s General Manager Sandy Alderson, the modifications are a refinement of previous changes made at the ballpark and will continue to be fair to both pitchers and hitters.

The Mets announce the team is moving in sections of the Citi Field outfield wall, adjusting the distances from home plate to center and right field from three to 11 feet. According to New York’s General Manager Sandy Alderson, the modifications are a refinement of previous changes made at the ballpark and will continue to be fair to both pitchers and hitters.

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Three-time All-Star backstop Russell Martin and the Blue Jays finalize a five-year, $82-million contract, the second-largest free-agent deal in franchise history. The acquisition of the 31 year-old Canadian-born catcher, who led the Pirates to playoff appearances for the past two seasons, signals Toronto intention of being a contender in the AL East next year.

Three-time All-Star backstop Russell Martin and the Blue Jays finalize a five-year, $82-million contract, the second-largest free-agent deal in franchise history. The acquisition of the 31 year-old Canadian-born catcher, who led the Pirates to playoff appearances for the past two seasons, signals Toronto intention of being a contender in the AL East next year.

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Tim Hudson agrees to a two-year deal, reportedly worth $23 million, to pitch for the Giants, joining a stellar rotation that includes Madison Bumgarner, Matt Cain, and Tim Lincecum. The 38 year-old right-hander compiled an 8-7 record with a 3.97 ERA last season for the Braves, before sustaining a season-ending ankle injury.

Tim Hudson agrees to a two-year deal, reportedly worth $23 million, to pitch for the Giants, joining a stellar rotation that includes Madison Bumgarner, Matt Cain, and Tim Lincecum. The 38 year-old right-hander compiled an 8-7 record with a 3.97 ERA last season for the Braves, before sustaining a season-ending ankle injury.

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The Giants sign veteran starting pitcher Tim Hudson to a two-year free agent deal, while another gray-beard pitcher, reliever LaTroy Hawkins, signs with the Rockies, where he will have a chance to be the team’s closer.

The Giants sign veteran starting pitcher Tim Hudson to a two-year free agent deal, while another gray-beard pitcher, reliever LaTroy Hawkins, signs with the Rockies, where he will have a chance to be the team’s closer.

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The Cubs introduce Dale Sveum as the fifth-place team’s new manager, replacing Mike Quade, the former skipper fired by Chicago’s new GM Theo Epstein at the end of the season. The 52nd manager in franchise history, whose managerial experience consists of sixteen games as Milwaukee’s interim skipper in 2008, is considered a no-nonsense baseball lifer who will stress the game’s fundamentals while implementing “high standards of accountability” for the players.

The Cubs introduce Dale Sveum as the fifth-place team’s new manager, replacing Mike Quade, the former skipper fired by Chicago’s new GM Theo Epstein at the end of the season. The 52nd manager in franchise history, whose managerial experience consists of sixteen games as Milwaukee’s interim skipper in 2008, is considered a no-nonsense baseball lifer who will stress the game’s fundamentals while implementing “high standards of accountability” for the players.

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Coming off an outstanding season, Dodgers OF Matt Kemp cashes in with a contact extension worth $160 million until 2019. It is the largest contract in team history, breaking the record set by Kevin Brown’s $105 million deal in 1998. Kemp hit .324 with 39 homers and 126 RBI in a breakout season in 2011.

Coming off an outstanding season, Dodgers OF Matt Kemp cashes in with a contact extension worth $160 million until 2019. It is the largest contract in team history, breaking the record set by Kevin Brown’s $105 million deal in 1998. Kemp hit .324 with 39 homers and 126 RBI in a breakout season in 2011.

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Major League Baseball owners and the Players Association reach a tentative deal on a new five-year collective bargaining agreement. The agreement signed in Rosemont, IL near Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, includes a ceiling for bonuses paid to picks in the amateur draft and international free agents. It also provides for testing for human growth hormone and a raise in the minimum salary to $480,000. The agreement will be finalized on November 22nd.

Major League Baseball owners and the Players Association reach a tentative deal on a new five-year collective bargaining agreement. The agreement signed in Rosemont, IL near Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, includes a ceiling for bonuses paid to picks in the amateur draft and international free agents. It also provides for testing for human growth hormone and a raise in the minimum salary to $480,000. The agreement will be finalized on November 22nd.

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The Twins sign free agent catcher Ryan Doumit to serve as Joe Mauer’s back-up. Doumit is known for his bat, something the Twins are starving for after having to use Drew Butera (.167), Rene Rivera (.144) and Steve Holm (.118) behind the plate while Mauer lost large chunks of playing time to injuries in 2011.

The Twins sign free agent catcher Ryan Doumit to serve as Joe Mauer’s back-up. Doumit is known for his bat, something the Twins are starving for after having to use Drew Butera (.167), Rene Rivera (.144) and Steve Holm (.118) behind the plate while Mauer lost large chunks of playing time to injuries in 2011.

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Commissioner Bud Selig states that Major League Baseball is considering expanding the postseason by two teams, by adding a second wild card in each league. The two wild card winners would face each other in a best-of-three series to open the postseason, with the three division winners getting a bye. The proposal will now be discussed at the December Winter Meetings and will need to be accepted by the Players Association. A slightly modified version of the proposal will come into effect in 2012.

Commissioner Bud Selig states that Major League Baseball is considering expanding the postseason by two teams, by adding a second wild card in each league. The two wild card winners would face each other in a best-of-three series to open the postseason, with the three division winners getting a bye. The proposal will now be discussed at the December Winter Meetings and will need to be accepted by the Players Association. A slightly modified version of the proposal will come into effect in 2012.

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Despite an unspectacular 13-12 record, Felix Hernandez is named the American League Cy Young Award winner ahead of Tampa Bay’s David Price (19-6) and New York’s CC Sabathia (21-7). King Felix’s league-leading 2.27 ERA and the lack of run support provided by the last-place Mariners made the Seattle ace an easy choice for the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, who placed him first on 21 of the 28 ballots cast.

Despite an unspectacular 13-12 record, Felix Hernandez is named the American League Cy Young Award winner ahead of Tampa Bay’s David Price (19-6) and New York’s CC Sabathia (21-7). King Felix’s league-leading 2.27 ERA and the lack of run support provided by the last-place Mariners made the Seattle ace an easy choice for the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, who placed him first on 21 of the 28 ballots cast.

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Felix Hernandez of Seattle wins the 2010 American League Cy Young Award. In spite of a won-loss record of only 13-12 – the fewest wins by a starting pitcher to win the Cy Young Award in a full season -, “King Felix” draws voters’ attention with his 2.27 ERA in 249.2 innings and 232 strikeouts, just one behind AL leader Jered Weaver.

Felix Hernandez of Seattle wins the 2010 American League Cy Young Award. In spite of a won-loss record of only 13-12 – the fewest wins by a starting pitcher to win the Cy Young Award in a full season -, “King Felix” draws voters’ attention with his 2.27 ERA in 249.2 innings and 232 strikeouts, just one behind AL leader Jered Weaver.

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Free-agent backstop John Buck signs a three-year, $18 million contract to catch for the Marlins, the team that sought his services a minute after free agency opened. The signing of the 30 year-old catcher, who enjoyed a career year with the Blue Jays, hitting .281 with 20 home runs, continues Florida’s active participation in the early off-season, that also includes the acquisition of four relievers and an infielder.

Free-agent backstop John Buck signs a three-year, $18 million contract to catch for the Marlins, the team that sought his services a minute after free agency opened. The signing of the 30 year-old catcher, who enjoyed a career year with the Blue Jays, hitting .281 with 20 home runs, continues Florida’s active participation in the early off-season, that also includes the acquisition of four relievers and an infielder.

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Ron Gardenhire, a day after being selected as the American League Manager of the Year, accepts a two-year extension through the 2013 season from the Twins. The 53 year-old skipper has compiled a record of 803-656 (.550) record en route to winning six division during his nine-year tenure in Minnesota.

Ron Gardenhire, a day after being selected as the American League Manager of the Year, accepts a two-year extension through the 2013 season from the Twins. The 53 year-old skipper has compiled a record of 803-656 (.550) record en route to winning six division during his nine-year tenure in Minnesota.

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Jim Tracy is named the National League Manager of the Year, becoming just the second person to cop the honor after taking over a team during the season, joining Jack McKeon who also accomplished the feat with the 2003 Marlins. The 53 year-old skipper, who piloted the Rockies to the NL Wild Card from a 14.5 game deficit at the end of May, is rewarded by Colorado with a three-year contract.

Jim Tracy is named the National League Manager of the Year, becoming just the second person to cop the honor after taking over a team during the season, joining Jack McKeon who also accomplished the feat with the 2003 Marlins. The 53 year-old skipper, who piloted the Rockies to the NL Wild Card from a 14.5 game deficit at the end of May, is rewarded by Colorado with a three-year contract.

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Mike Scioscia, who piloted the Angels to its third consecutive division title and sixth postseason appearance in the last eight year and guided Los Angeles past a myriad of injuries to key players, is named the AL Manager of the Year for the second time. The 50 year-old Angels skipper helped to ease the team’s deep sorrow caused by the sudden death of 22 year-old starter Nick Adenhart, who died in a hit-and-run car accident just hours after pitching six shutout innings against Oakland for the Halos.

Mike Scioscia, who piloted the Angels to its third consecutive division title and sixth postseason appearance in the last eight year and guided Los Angeles past a myriad of injuries to key players, is named the AL Manager of the Year for the second time. The 50 year-old Angels skipper helped to ease the team’s deep sorrow caused by the sudden death of 22 year-old starter Nick Adenhart, who died in a hit-and-run car accident just hours after pitching six shutout innings against Oakland for the Halos.

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MLB announces the winners of the Manager of the Year Award. In the American League, Mike Scioscia, who led the Los Angeles Angels to a division title after overcoming the tragic death of young pitcher Nick Adenhart early in the season, is the winner. Jim Tracy, who led the Colorado Rockies to the postseason after taking over the floundering club on May 29th, is the winner in the National League.

MLB announces the winners of the Manager of the Year Award. In the American League, Mike Scioscia, who led the Los Angeles Angels to a division title after overcoming the tragic death of young pitcher Nick Adenhart early in the season, is the winner. Jim Tracy, who led the Colorado Rockies to the postseason after taking over the floundering club on May 29th, is the winner in the National League.

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Dustin Pedroia wins the 2008 American League Most Valuable Player Award

Joining Cal Ripken Jr. (Orioles – 1983) and Ryan Howard (Phillies – 2006), Dustin Pedroia (.326, 17, 83) becomes the third player in major league history to win the Most Valuable Player award a season after being selected as the Rookie of the Year. The scrappy Gold Glove second baseman, the tenth Red Sox player to earn the American League honor, received 16 of the 28 first-place votes to easily outdistance heavy-hitting Twins first baseman Justin Morneau (.300, 23, 129).

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice introduces Ken Griffey, Jr. as an American Public Diplomacy Envoy, a position in which the future Hall of Famer will represent the “values of the United States, not the government of the United States.” The free-agent outfielder, who played for the Reds and White Sox last season, joins Cal Ripken Jr. as a major leaguer serving his country in the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice introduces Ken Griffey, Jr. as an American Public Diplomacy Envoy, a position in which the future Hall of Famer will represent the “values of the United States, not the government of the United States.” The free-agent outfielder, who played for the Reds and White Sox last season, joins Cal Ripken Jr. as a major leaguer serving his country in the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

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Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones agrees to restructure his contract, reducing his salary by $6 million next season. The new deal could save the Braves about $15 million over three seasons and free up money for free agents.

Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones agrees to restructure his contract, reducing his salary by $6 million next season. The new deal could save the Braves about $15 million over three seasons and free up money for free agents.

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Under a new “premium pricing structure” announced today, the Washington Nationals will charge $5 to $10 more per individual ticket for home games against four teams next season. The new pricing policy affects 10 games against Baltimore, the Yankees, the Cubs, and the home opener against the New York Mets.

Under a new “premium pricing structure” announced today, the Washington Nationals will charge $5 to $10 more per individual ticket for home games against four teams next season. The new pricing policy affects 10 games against Baltimore, the Yankees, the Cubs, and the home opener against the New York Mets.

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Cuban Livan Hernandez will ask to pitch for Puerto Rico in next year’s World Baseball Classic. The Washington Nationals ace is seeking eligibility under a rule that allows players to be on a team if they have permanent residency in that nation or commonwealth.

Cuban Livan Hernandez will ask to pitch for Puerto Rico in next year’s World Baseball Classic. The Washington Nationals ace is seeking eligibility under a rule that allows players to be on a team if they have permanent residency in that nation or commonwealth.

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Although the Expos may not know where they are playing next season (until the MLB approves the shifting the franchise to Washington, DC) or the team’s new name, the former Montreal franchise will know who is the club’s manager. After compiling a 233-253 record despite many restrictions and hardships, Frank Robinson will return to the helm for his fourth year as the skipper of this nomad ship.

Although the Expos may not know where they are playing next season (until the MLB approves the shifting the franchise to Washington, DC) or the team’s new name, the former Montreal franchise will know who is the club’s manager. After compiling a 233-253 record despite many restrictions and hardships, Frank Robinson will return to the helm for his fourth year as the skipper of this nomad ship.

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2004 – Although the Montreal Expos may not know where they will be playing next season (the final Major League Baseball approval for the move to Washington, DC has been postponed) or the team’s new name, the former Montreal franchise will know who is the club’s manager. Frank Robinson, after compiling a 233-253 record despite many restrictions and hardships, will return to the helm for his fourth year as the skipper of this nomad ship.

2004 – Although the Montreal Expos may not know where they will be playing next season (the final Major League Baseball approval for the move to Washington, DC has been postponed) or the team’s new name, the former Montreal franchise will know who is the club’s manager. Frank Robinson, after compiling a 233-253 record despite many restrictions and hardships, will return to the helm for his fourth year as the skipper of this nomad ship.

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The Braves, Marlins, and the Rockies complete a three-team trade which sends starting pitcher Mike Hampton and outfielder Juan Pierre to Florida with backstop Charles Johnson, outfielder Preston Wilson, southpaw reliever Vic Darensbourg, and infield prospect Pablo Ozuna to the Colorado. The Marlins then sent Hampton to the Braves in exchange for righty reliever Tim Spooneybarger and pitching prospect Ryan Baker.

The Braves, Marlins, and the Rockies complete a three-team trade which sends starting pitcher Mike Hampton and outfielder Juan Pierre to Florida with backstop Charles Johnson, outfielder Preston Wilson, southpaw reliever Vic Darensbourg, and infield prospect Pablo Ozuna to the Colorado. The Marlins then sent Hampton to the Braves in exchange for righty reliever Tim Spooneybarger and pitching prospect Ryan Baker.

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The Mariners sign Orix Blue Wave’s Ichiro Suzuki to a three-year deal making him the first Japanese position player in major league history. Seattle agrees to pay $13 million to his former team for the right to negotiate with Japan’s best hitter.

The Mariners sign Orix Blue Wave’s Ichiro Suzuki to a three-year deal making him the first Japanese position player in major league history. Seattle agrees to pay $13 million to his former team for the right to negotiate with Japan’s best hitter.

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National League Cy Young Award winner Pedro Martinez goes from the Expos to the Boston Red Sox 

In various trades, the Colorado Rockies acquire second baseman Mike Lansing from the Montreal Expos for pitcher Jake Westbrook and two prospects; the Florida Marlins send reliever Robb Nen to the San Francisco Giants for Joe Fontenot, Mike Pageler and Mike Villano; the New York Yankees obtain third baseman Scott Brosius from the Oakland Athletics to complete the earlier Kenny Rogers deal, and the Seattle Mariners sign free agent second baseman Joey Cora. But the transaction that makes perhaps the biggest headlines is National League Cy Young Award winner Pedro Martinez going from the Expos to the Boston Red Sox for young pitchers Carl Pavano and Tony Armas, Jr..

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The expansion draft starts with several transactions.

The expansion draft starts with several transactions. Two pitchers who appeared in the World Series a month earlier, Tony Saunders (Florida Marlins) and Brian Anderson (Cleveland Indians), are the first players taken. Saunders, the first player chosen overall, heads a list of new Tampa Bay Devil Rays team members that includes Quinton McCracken, Bubba Trammell, Albie López and Terrell Wade. Tampa Bay also obtains John Flaherty from the San Diego Padres in exchange for Brian Boehringer and Andy Sheets; Kevin Stocker from the Philadelphia Phillies for Bobby Abreu; Fred McGriff from the Atlanta Braves in exchange for a player to be named, and signs free agent P Roberto Hernández. The Arizona Diamondbacks, meanwhile, who signed free agent Jay Bell to a five-year contract yesterday, select Jeff Suppan, Jorge Fabregas and Karim Garcia, and acquire Travis Fryman from the Detroit Tigers in exchange for Joe Randa, Gabe Alvarez and Matt Drews]. They also obtain Devon White from the Florida Marlins for Jesus Martinez.

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In the expansion draft, the Devil Rays select southpaw Tony Saunders from the Marlins as their first player. Tampa Bay also drafts right fielder Bobby Abreu, but quickly trades the future star to the Phillies for shortstop Kevin Stocker, who will struggle with the new franchise.

In the expansion draft, the Devil Rays select southpaw Tony Saunders from the Marlins as their first player. Tampa Bay also drafts right fielder Bobby Abreu, but quickly trades the future star to the Phillies for shortstop Kevin Stocker, who will struggle with the new franchise.

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President George H. W. Bush presents Red Sox legend Ted Williams, along with former First Lady Betty Ford and former House Speaker Thomas ”Tip” O’Neill, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Yankee Clipper Joe DiMaggio (1977) and Dodger great Jackie Robinson (1984, posthumously) also honored with the highest civilian award in the United States.

President George H. W. Bush presents Red Sox legend Ted Williams, along with former First Lady Betty Ford and former House Speaker Thomas ”Tip” O’Neill, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Yankee Clipper Joe DiMaggio (1977) and Dodger great Jackie Robinson (1984, posthumously) also honored with the highest civilian award in the United States.

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Roger Clemens is selected as the American League’s MVP

Roger Clemens is selected as the American League’s MVP, becoming the first pitcher to accomplish the feat since Vida Blue won the honor in 1971. The Red Sox right-hander, who also won this season’s AL Cy Young Award, received 19 of the 28 first-place votes, with Yankee first baseman Don Mattingly and teammate Jim Rice listed on the top of the remaining nine ballots.

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It’s no boo-boo. The Astros sign 59-year-old Yogi Berra to serve as a bench coach for new skipper Hal Lanier. The quotable Berra is persuaded to come to Texas at the request of owner John McMullen. The two are neighbors in New Jersey. 

1985 – It’s no boo-boo. The Astros sign 59-year-old Yogi Berra to serve as a bench coach for new skipper Hal Lanier. The quotable Berra is persuaded to come to Texas at the request of owner John McMullen. The two are neighbors in New Jersey. 

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Dwight Gooden becomes the second consecutive Met player to be named the National League’s Rookie of Year

Dwight Gooden becomes the second consecutive Met player to be named the National League’s Rookie of Year. The 19 year-old right-hander, who compiled a 17-9 record along with a 1.53 ERA and a league-leading 268 strikeouts, joins his teammate and close friend Darryl Strawberry to be honored the coveted freshman award.

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Dick Williams replaces Frank Howard as manager of the last-place Padres. The future Hall of Fame skipper, who has won three pennants and two World Series in the last 14 years as a major league pilot, will lead San Diego to a National League pennant in 1984.

Dick Williams replaces Frank Howard as manager of the last-place Padres. The future Hall of Fame skipper, who has won three pennants and two World Series in the last 14 years as a major league pilot, will lead San Diego to a National League pennant in 1984.

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Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Mike Schmidt wins his second consecutive National League MVP Award

Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Mike Schmidt wins his second consecutive National League MVP Award, joining Ernie Banks and Joe Morgan as the only NL players to take the award back-to-back. In the strike-shortened season, Schmidt hit .316 and led the league in home runs (31), RBI (91), runs (78), walks (73), on-base percentage (.435) and slugging percentage (.644).

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Despite having missed 45 games with injuries, George Brett is named American League Most Valuable Player

1980 – Despite having missed 45 games with injuries, George Brett is named American League Most Valuable Player. The 27-year-old third baseman’s .390 batting average was the highest in the major leagues since Ted Williams hit .406 in 1941. Brett added 24 home runs and 118 RBI to lead the Kansas City Royals to their first AL pennant.

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