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Old 02-27-2019, 05:53 PM   #1
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Never saw a team dominate the awards like this.

The Yankees must have bought the mvp award in this league. When its not Ruth or Gehrig its a Yankee pitcher that wins the MVP. Now its Dimaggio and soon Mantle. Thats not counting the Cy Young award.
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Interesting In my world in the AL its has been either Cleveland or Washington

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Did Cleveland Washington make the playoffs a lot?
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Yeah. Cleveland went 8 out of 10 in the first decade, 1901 to 1910

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Well Earl Averill broke the MVP streak for the Yankees in 1937.
Then they start another one in 1938.
Greenberg hit 57 homers in 1938. So i thought he would get the MVP.
Instead George Selkirk hit 46 homers to win the MVP.
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