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Southern League Most Valuable Player Award

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Southern League
Most Valuable Player Award
SportBaseball
LeagueSouthern League
Given forRegular season most valuable player of the Southern League
CountryUnited States
Presented bySouthern League
History
First award1972
Most recentDrew Waters (2019)

The Southern League Most Valuable Player Award (MVP) is an annual award given to the best player in Minor League Baseball's Southern League (SL) based on their regular season performance. The award was created in 1972,[1] eight years after the league was established in 1964.[2]

Twenty-one outfielders have won the MVP Award, the most of any position. First basemen, with 12 winners, have won the most among infielders, followed by third basemen (4) and second basemen and shortstops (2). Seven catchers have also won the award. One player who won the award was a designated hitter.

Five players from the Huntsville Stars and Knoxville Smokies/Sox/Tennessee Smokies have been selected for the MVP Award, more than any other teams in the league, followed by the Carolina Mudcats, Columbus Astros/Mudcats, and Memphis Chicks (4); the Birmingham Barons, Chattanooga Lookouts, Jacksonville Expos/Suns, Montgomery Biscuits, and West Tenn Diamond Jaxx/Jackson Generals (3); the Greenville Braves, Mobile BayBears, and Nashville Sounds (2); and the Asheville Tourists, Biloxi Shuckers, Charlotte O's, Mississippi Braves, Montgomery Rebels, and Orlando Twins (1).

Six players from the Chicago White Sox Major League Baseball (MLB) organization have won the MVP Award, more than any other, followed by the Houston Astros organization (4); the Arizona Diamondbacks, Atlanta Braves, Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland Athletics, and Tampa Bay Devil Rays/Rays organizations (3); the Baltimore Orioles, Detroit Tigers, Minnesota Twins, Montreal Expos, New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Toronto Blue Jays organizations (2); and the Chicago Cubs, Florida Marlins, San Diego Padres, and Seattle Mariners organizations (1).

Key

Position Indicates the player's primary position
^ Indicates multiple award winners in the same year

Winners

Andrés Galarraga, the 1984 SL MVP, went on to become a five-time MLB All-Star.[3]
Andrés Galarraga, the 1984 SL MVP, went on to become a five-time MLB All-Star.[3]
Joey Votto, the 2006 SL MVP, won the National League MVP Award in 2010.[6]
Joey Votto, the 2006 SL MVP, won the National League MVP Award in 2010.[6]
Year Winner Team Organization Position Ref.
1972 Mike Reinbach Asheville Tourists Baltimore Orioles Outfielder [7]
1973 Jerry Moxey Columbus Astros Houston Astros Outfielder [8]
1974 Nyls Nyman Knoxville Sox Chicago White Sox Outfielder [9]
1975 Mike Squires Knoxville Sox Chicago White Sox First baseman [10]
1976 Larry Foster Knoxville Sox Chicago White Sox Outfielder [11]
1977 Alan Trammell Montgomery Rebels Detroit Tigers Shortstop [12]
1978 Eddie Gates Memphis Chicks Montreal Expos Outfielder [13]
1979^ Danny Heep Columbus Astros Houston Astros Outfielder [14]
1979^ Alan Knicely Columbus Astros Houston Astros Catcher [15]
1980 Steve Balboni Nashville Sounds New York Yankees First baseman [16]
1981 Tim Laudner Orlando Twins Minnesota Twins Catcher [17]
1982 Brian Dayett Nashville Sounds New York Yankees Outfielder [18]
1983 John Morris Jacksonville Suns Kansas City Royals Outfielder [19]
1984 Andrés Galarraga Jacksonville Expos Montreal Expos First baseman [20]
1985 Jose Canseco Huntsville Stars Oakland Athletics Outfielder [21]
1986 Terry Steinbach Huntsville Stars Oakland Athletics Catcher [22]
1987 Tom Dodd Charlotte O's Baltimore Orioles Designated hitter [23]
1988 Matt Winters Memphis Chicks Kansas City Royals Outfielder [24]
1989 Eric Anthony Columbus Mudcats Houston Astros Outfielder [25]
1990 Jeff Conine Memphis Chicks Kansas City Royals First baseman [26]
1991 Ryan Klesko Greenville Braves Atlanta Braves First baseman [27]
1992 Javy López Greenville Braves Atlanta Braves Catcher [28]
1993 Carlos Delgado Knoxville Smokies Toronto Blue Jays Catcher [29]
1994 Mark Johnson Carolina Mudcats Pittsburgh Pirates First baseman [30]
1995 Jason Kendall Carolina Mudcats Pittsburgh Pirates Catcher [31]
1996 Derrek Lee Memphis Chicks San Diego Padres First baseman [32]
1997 Ben Grieve Huntsville Stars Oakland Athletics Right fielder [33]
1998 Gabe Kapler Jacksonville Suns Detroit Tigers Outfielder [34]
1999 Brady Clark Chattanooga Lookouts Cincinnati Reds Right fielder [35]
2000 Joe Crede Birmingham Barons Chicago White Sox Third baseman [36]
2001 Josh Phelps Tennessee Smokies Toronto Blue Jays Catcher [37]
2002 Aaron Miles Birmingham Barons Chicago White Sox Second baseman [38]
2003 Corey Hart Huntsville Stars Milwaukee Brewers Third baseman [39]
2004 Richard Lewis West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Chicago Cubs Second baseman [40]
2005 Delmon Young Montgomery Biscuits Tampa Bay Devil Rays Right fielder [41]
2006 Joey Votto Chattanooga Lookouts Cincinnati Reds First baseman [42]
2007 Evan Longoria Montgomery Biscuits Tampa Bay Devil Rays Third baseman [43]
2008 Gaby Sánchez Carolina Mudcats Florida Marlins First baseman [44]
2009 Desmond Jennings Montgomery Biscuits Tampa Bay Rays Center fielder [45]
2010 Dave Sappelt Carolina Mudcats Cincinnati Reds Center fielder [46]
2011 Paul Goldschmidt Mobile BayBears Arizona Diamondbacks First baseman [47]
2012 Hunter Morris Huntsville Stars Milwaukee Brewers First baseman [48]
2013 Marcus Semien Birmingham Barons Chicago White Sox Shortstop [49]
2014 Jake Lamb Mobile BayBears Arizona Diamondbacks Third baseman [50]
2015 Max Kepler Chattanooga Lookouts Minnesota Twins Outfielder [51]
2016 Tyler O'Neill Jackson Generals Seattle Mariners Outfielder [52]
2017 Kevin Cron Jackson Generals Arizona Diamondbacks First baseman [53]
2018 Corey Ray Biloxi Shuckers Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder [54]
2019 Drew Waters Mississippi Braves Atlanta Braves Outfielder [55]
2020 None selected (season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic) [56]

Wins by team

Team Award(s) Year(s)
Huntsville Stars 5 1985, 1986, 1997, 2003, 2012
Knoxville Smokies/Sox/Tennessee Smokies 1974, 1975, 1976, 1993, 2001
Carolina Mudcats 4 1994, 1995, 2008, 2010
Columbus Astros/Mudcats 1973, 1979 (2), 1989
Memphis Chicks 1978, 1988, 1990, 1996
Birmingham Barons 3 2000, 2002, 2013
Chattanooga Lookouts 1999, 2006, 2015
Jacksonville Expos/Suns 1983, 1984, 1998
Montgomery Biscuits 2005, 2007, 2009
West Tenn Diamond Jaxx/Jackson Generals 2004, 2016, 2017
Greenville Braves 2 1991, 1992
Mobile BayBears 2011, 2014
Nashville Sounds 1980, 1982
Asheville Tourists 1 1972
Biloxi Shuckers 2018
Charlotte O's 1987
Mississippi Braves 2019
Montgomery Rebels 1977
Orlando Twins 1981

Wins by organization

Organization Award(s) Year(s)
Chicago White Sox 6 1974, 1975, 1976, 2000, 2002, 2013
Houston Astros 4 1973, 1979 (2), 1989
Arizona Diamondbacks 3 2011, 2014, 2017
Atlanta Braves 1991, 1992, 2019
Cincinnati Reds 1999, 2006, 2010
Kansas City Royals 1983, 1988, 1990
Milwaukee Brewers 2003, 2012, 2018,
Oakland Athletics 1985, 1986, 1997
Tampa Bay Devil Rays/Rays 2005, 2007, 2009
Baltimore Orioles 2 1972, 1987
Detroit Tigers 1977, 1998
Minnesota Twins 1981, 2015
Montreal Expos 1978, 1984
New York Yankees 1980, 1982
Pittsburgh Pirates 1994, 1995
Toronto Blue Jays 1993, 2001
Chicago Cubs 1 2004
Florida Marlins 2008
San Diego Padres 1996
Seattle Mariners 2016

References

Specific
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