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International League Most Valuable Player Award

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

International League
Most Valuable Player Award
SportBaseball
LeagueInternational League
Awarded forRegular season most valuable player of the International League
CountryUnited States
Canada
Presented byInternational League
History
First award1932
Final award2019
Most winsRocky Nelson (3)

The International League Most Valuable Player Award (MVP) was an annual award given to the best player in Minor League Baseball's International League. Managers from the 14 International League teams voted for the winner of the award, which was then combined with 14 votes from various general managers, broadcasters, and media representatives around the league to determine a winner.[1] In 1932, Marv Owen of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Newark Bears won the first International League MVP Award. The final award was issued in 2019 to Ryan Mountcastle of the Norfolk Tides. The 2020 season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic,[2] and the league ceased operations before the 2021 season in conjunction with Major League Baseball's reorganization of Minor League Baseball.[3]

First basemen, with 24 winners, won the most among infielders, followed by third basemen (16), shortstops (9), and second basemen (5). Five catchers won the award. Twenty-nine outfielders won the MVP Award, the most of any position. A total of 4 pitchers won the MVP award. The last pitcher to win was Red Barrett in 1942. The International League League established a Most Valuable Pitcher Award in 1953. Rocky Nelson has the record for most MVP Award wins with three (1953, 1955, and 1958). Roberto Petagine won the MVP Award twice (1997 and 1998). Three International League MVP Award winners, Red Schoendienst, Jim Rice, and Jim Thome, have gone on to be inducted in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.[4]

Twelve players from the Rochester Red Wings were selected for the MVP Award, more than any other team in the league, followed by the original Buffalo Bisons and Columbus Clippers (8); the Tidewater/Norfolk Tides, Pawtucket Red Sox, and Toronto Maple Leafs (7); the Syracuse Chiefs/SkyChiefs (6); the Durham Bulls and Montreal Royals (5); the Baltimore Orioles and Toledo Mud Hens (4); the Newark Bears and Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons/Yankees/RailRiders (3); the Buffalo Bisons, Indianapolis Indians, Jacksonville Suns, Lehigh Valley IronPigs, Louisville Colonels, and Richmond Braves (2); and the Charlotte Knights, Columbus Jets, and Louisville Bats (1).

Fourteen players from the New York Yankees Major League Baseball (MLB) organization won the MVP Award, more than any other, followed by the Boston Red Sox organization (10); the Baltimore Orioles organization (9); the Cleveland Indians organization (8); the New York Mets organization (6); the Brooklyn Dodgers, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, and Tampa Bay Devil Rays/Rays organizations (5); the Detroit Tigers and St. Louis Cardinals organizations (4); the Toronto Blue Jays organization (3); the Atlanta Braves and Minnesota Twins organizations (2); and the Chicago White Sox, Kansas City Athletics, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Washington Nationals organizations (1). Eight MVP Award winners were not members of any MLB organization.

Key

Year Links to an article about the corresponding year in baseball
Position Indicates the player's primary position
(#) Number of wins by players who won the award multiple times
^ Indicates multiple award winners in the same year

Winners

Elston Howard, the 1954 winner, went on to be a 12-time MLB All-Star and won the 1963 American League MVP Award.[5]
Elston Howard, the 1954 winner, went on to be a 12-time MLB All-Star and won the 1963 American League MVP Award.[5]
Red Schoendienst, the 1943 winner, was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1989.[6]
Red Schoendienst, the 1943 winner, was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1989.[6]
Jim Rice, the 1974 winner, went on to win the 1978 American League MVP Award and was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2009.[7]
Jim Rice, the 1974 winner, went on to win the 1978 American League MVP Award and was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2009.[7]
Jim Thome, the 1993 winner, was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2018.[8]
Jim Thome, the 1993 winner, was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2018.[8]
Jhonny Peralta won the 2004 International League MVP Award.
Jhonny Peralta won the 2004 International League MVP Award.
Rhys Hoskins was the 2017 International League MVP.
Rhys Hoskins was the 2017 International League MVP.
Ryan Mountcastle won the 2019 International League MVP Award.
Ryan Mountcastle won the 2019 International League MVP Award.
Year Winner Team Organization Position Ref.
1932 Marv Owen[a] Toronto Maple Leafs
Newark Bears
New York Yankees
Detroit Tigers
Third baseman [9]
1933 Red Rolfe Newark Bears New York Yankees Shortstop [10]
1934 Ike Boone Toronto Maple Leafs Cincinnati Reds Outfielder [11]
1935 George Puccinelli Baltimore Orioles Outfielder [12]
1936 Beauty McGowan Buffalo Bisons Outfielder [13]
1937 Buck Crouse[b] Buffalo Bisons
Baltimore Orioles

Catcher [14]
1938 Ollie Carnegie Buffalo Bisons Outfielder [15]
1939 Mickey Witek Newark Bears New York Yankees Shortstop [16]
1940 Mike Ryba Rochester Red Wings St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher [17]
1941 Fred Hutchinson Buffalo Bisons Detroit Tigers Pitcher [18]
1942 Red Barrett Syracuse Chiefs Cincinnati Reds Pitcher [19]
1943 Red Schoendienst Rochester Red Wings St. Louis Cardinals Shortstop [20]
1944 Howie Moss Baltimore Orioles Cleveland Indians Outfielder [21]
1945 Sherm Lollar Baltimore Orioles Cleveland Indians Catcher [22]
1946 Eddie Robinson Baltimore Orioles Cleveland Indians First baseman [23]
1947 Hank Sauer Syracuse Chiefs Cincinnati Reds Outfielder [24]
1948 Jimmy Bloodworth Montreal Royals Brooklyn Dodgers Second baseman [25]
1949 Bobby Morgan Montreal Royals Brooklyn Dodgers Third baseman [26]
1950 Tom Poholsky Rochester Red Wings St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher [27]
1951 Archie Wilson Buffalo Bisons Outfielder [28]
1952 Jim Gilliam Montreal Royals Brooklyn Dodgers Second baseman [29]
1953 Rocky Nelson (1) Montreal Royals Brooklyn Dodgers First baseman [30]
1954 Elston Howard Toronto Maple Leafs Catcher [31]
1955 Rocky Nelson (2) Montreal Royals Brooklyn Dodgers First baseman [30]
1956 Mike Goliat Toronto Maple Leafs Second baseman [32]
1957 Mike Baxes Buffalo Bisons Kansas City Athletics Shortstop [33]
1958 Rocky Nelson (3) Toronto Maple Leafs First baseman [30]
1959 Pancho Herrera Buffalo Bisons Philadelphia Phillies First baseman [34]
1960 Jim King Toronto Maple Leafs Cleveland Indians Outfielder [35]
1961 Ted Savage Buffalo Bisons Philadelphia Phillies Outfielder [36]
1962 Tony Martínez Jacksonville Suns Cleveland Indians Shortstop [37]
1963 Don Buford Indianapolis Indians Chicago White Sox Third baseman [38]
1964 Joe Morgan Jacksonville Suns St. Louis Cardinals Third baseman [39]
1965 Joe Foy Toronto Maple Leafs Boston Red Sox Third baseman [40]
1966 Mike Epstein Rochester Red Wings Baltimore Orioles First baseman [41]
1967 Tommie Aaron Richmond Braves Atlanta Braves Outfielder [42]
1968 Merv Rettenmund Rochester Red Wings Baltimore Orioles Outfielder [43]
1969 Luis Alvarado Louisville Colonels Boston Red Sox Shortstop [44]
1970^ Roger Freed Rochester Red Wings Baltimore Orioles Outfielder [45]
1970^ George Kopacz Columbus Jets Pittsburgh Pirates First baseman [46]
1971 Bobby Grich Rochester Red Wings Baltimore Orioles Shortstop [47]
1972 Dwight Evans Louisville Colonels Boston Red Sox Outfielder [48]
1973 Jim Fuller Rochester Red Wings Baltimore Orioles Outfielder [49]
1974 Jim Rice Pawtucket Red Sox Boston Red Sox Outfielder [50]
1975 Mike Vail Tidewater Tides New York Mets Outfielder [51]
1976^ Rich Dauer Rochester Red Wings Baltimore Orioles Second baseman [52]
1976^ Mickey Klutts Syracuse Chiefs New York Yankees Shortstop [52]
1976^ Joe Lis Toledo Mud Hens Cleveland Indians First baseman [52]
1977 Ted Cox Pawtucket Red Sox Boston Red Sox Third baseman [53]
1978 Gary Allenson Pawtucket Red Sox Boston Red Sox Catcher [54]
1979^ Bobby Brown Columbus Clippers New York Yankees Outfielder [55]
1979^ Dave Stapleton Pawtucket Red Sox Boston Red Sox First baseman [56]
1980 Marshall Brant Columbus Clippers New York Yankees First baseman [57]
1981 Brett Butler Richmond Braves Atlanta Braves Outfielder [58]
1982 Tucker Ashford Columbus Clippers New York Yankees Third baseman [59]
1983 Tim Teufel Toledo Mud Hens Minnesota Twins Second baseman [60]
1984 Scott Bradley Columbus Clippers New York Yankees Outfielder [61]
1985 Dan Pasqua Columbus Clippers New York Yankees Outfielder [62]
1986 Pat Dodson Pawtucket Red Sox Boston Red Sox First baseman [63]
1987 Randy Milligan Tidewater Tides New York Mets First baseman [64]
1988 Craig Worthington Rochester Red Wings Baltimore Orioles Third baseman [65]
1989 Tom O'Malley Tidewater Tides New York Mets Third baseman [66]
1990 Hensley Meulens Columbus Clippers New York Yankees Outfielder [67]
1991 Derek Bell Syracuse Chiefs Toronto Blue Jays Outfielder [68]
1992 J. T. Snow Columbus Clippers New York Yankees First baseman [69]
1993 Jim Thome Charlotte Knights Cleveland Indians Third baseman [70]
1994 Jeff Manto[c] Norfolk Tides
Rochester Red Wings
New York Mets
Baltimore Orioles
Third baseman [71]
1995 Butch Huskey Norfolk Tides New York Mets Third baseman [72]
1996 Phil Hiatt Toledo Mud Hens Detroit Tigers Third baseman [73]
1997 Roberto Petagine (1) Norfolk Tides New York Mets First baseman [74]
1998 Roberto Petagine (2) Indianapolis Indians Cincinnati Reds First baseman [74]
1999 Steve Cox Durham Bulls Tampa Bay Devil Rays First baseman [75]
2000 Chad Mottola Syracuse SkyChiefs Toronto Blue Jays Outfielder [76]
2001 Toby Hall Durham Bulls Tampa Bay Devil Rays Catcher [77]
2002 Raúl González Louisville Bats Cincinnati Reds Outfielder [78]
2003 Fernando Seguignol Columbus Clippers New York Yankees First baseman [79]
2004 Jhonny Peralta Buffalo Bisons Cleveland Indians Shortstop [80]
2005 Shane Victorino Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons Philadelphia Phillies Outfielder [81]
2006 Kevin Witt Durham Bulls Tampa Bay Devil Rays First baseman [82]
2007 Mike Hessman Toledo Mud Hens Detroit Tigers Third baseman [83]
2008 Jeff Bailey Pawtucket Red Sox Boston Red Sox First baseman [84]
2009 Shelley Duncan Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees New York Yankees Outfielder [85]
2010 Dan Johnson Durham Bulls Tampa Bay Rays Third baseman [86]
2011 Russ Canzler Durham Bulls Tampa Bay Rays Outfielder [87]
2012 Mauro Gómez Pawtucket Red Sox Boston Red Sox First baseman [88]
2013 Chris Colabello Rochester Red Wings Minnesota Twins First baseman [89]
2014 Steven Souza Syracuse Chiefs Washington Nationals Outfielder [90]
2015 Matt Hague Buffalo Bisons Toronto Blue Jays Third baseman [91]
2016 Ben Gamel Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders New York Yankees Outfielder [92]
2017 Rhys Hoskins Lehigh Valley IronPigs Philadelphia Phillies First baseman [93]
2018 Joey Meneses Lehigh Valley IronPigs Philadelphia Phillies First baseman [94]
2019 Ryan Mountcastle Norfolk Tides Baltimore Orioles First baseman [95]
2020 None selected (season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic) [2]

Notes

  1. ^ Owen played for both Newark (New York) and Toronto (Detroit) in 1932.[9]
  2. ^ Crouse was traded from Buffalo to Baltimore during the 1937 season.[14]
  3. ^ Manto was traded from Norfolk (New York) to Rochester (Baltimore) during the 1994 season.[71]

See also

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