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Texas League Player of the Year Award

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Texas League
Player of the Year Award
SportBaseball
LeagueTexas League
Awarded forBest regular season player in the Texas League
CountryUnited States
Presented byTexas League
History
First award1931
Most recentMJ Melendez (2021)

The Texas League Player of the Year Award is an annual award given to the best player in Minor League Baseball's Texas League. In 1931, Dizzy Dean won the first ever Texas League Player of the Year Award. After the cancellation of the 2020 season,[1] the league was known as the Double-A Central in 2021 before reverting to the Texas League name in 2022.[2][3]

First basemen, with 22 winners, have won the most among infielders, followed by third basemen (16), second basemen (7), and shortstops (6). Two catchers have also won the award. Thirty-one outfielders have won the Player of the Year Award, the most of any position. A total of five pitchers have won the award. The Texas League established a Pitcher of the Year Award in 1933. The five pitchers who won Player of the Year Awards won the honor before its creation and during two periods in which the pitcher's award was not given.[4]

Nine players from the St. Louis Cardinals Major League Baseball (MLB) organization have won the Player of the Year Award, more than any other, followed by the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers and California Angels/Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim organizations (8); the Houston Colt .45's/Astros organization (7); the St. Louis Browns/Baltimore Orioles and Milwaukee Brewers organizations (6); the Kansas City Royals, New York/San Francisco Giants, and Oakland Athletics organizations (5); the Detroit Tigers, and San Diego Padres organizations (4); the Chicago Cubs and New York Mets organizations (3); the Cleveland Indians, New York Yankees, and Seattle Mariners, organizations (2); and the Arizona Diamondbacks, Chicago White Sox, Colorado Rockies, Philadelphia Phillies, and Texas Rangers organizations (1). Five players won the award on teams that were not affiliated with a major league team.

Key

*
Indicates multiple award winners in the same year
Hall of Famer
Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum[5]
Position Indicates the player's primary position

Winners

Dizzy Dean, 1931 Texas League Player of the Year
Dizzy Dean, 1931 Texas League Player of the Year
Hank Greenberg, 1932 Texas League Player of the Year
Hank Greenberg, 1932 Texas League Player of the Year
Al Rosen, 1947 Texas League Player of the Year
Al Rosen, 1947 Texas League Player of the Year
Chuck Hiller, 1960 Texas League Player of the Year
Chuck Hiller, 1960 Texas League Player of the Year
Alex Gordon, 2006 Texas League Player of the Year
Alex Gordon, 2006 Texas League Player of the Year
George Springer, 2013 Texas League Player of the Year
George Springer, 2013 Texas League Player of the Year
Matt Chapman, 2016 Texas League Player of the Year
Matt Chapman, 2016 Texas League Player of the Year
Year Winner Team Organization Position Ref
1931 Dizzy DeanHall of Famer Houston Buffaloes St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher [6]
1932 Hank GreenbergHall of Famer Beaumont Exporters Detroit Tigers First baseman [7]
1933 Zeke Bonura Dallas Steers Unaffiliated First baseman [8]
1934 Charlie English Galveston Buccaneers Unaffiliated Second baseman [9]
1935 Rudy York Beaumont Exporters Detroit Tigers First baseman [10]
1936 Les Mallon Dallas Steers Chicago White Sox Second baseman [11]
1937 Ash Hillin Oklahoma City Indians Unaffiliated Pitcher [12]
1938 Dizzy Trout Beaumont Exporters Detroit Tigers Pitcher [13]
1939 Nick Cullop Houston Buffaloes St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder [14]
1940 Bob Muncrief San Antonio Missions St. Louis Browns Pitcher [15]
1941 Rip Russell Tulsa Oilers Chicago Cubs Third baseman [16]
1942 Dick Wakefield Beaumont Exporters Detroit Tigers Outfielder [17]
1946 Hank Schenz Tulsa Oilers Chicago Cubs Third baseman [18]
1947 Al Rosen Oklahoma City Indians Cleveland Indians Third baseman [19]
1948 Irv Noren Fort Worth Cats Brooklyn Dodgers Outfielder [20]
1949 Herb Conyers Oklahoma City Indians Cleveland Indians First baseman [21]
1950 Gil McDougald Beaumont Roughnecks New York Yankees Third baseman [22]
1951 Jim Dyck San Antonio Missions St. Louis Browns Third baseman [23]
1952 Billy Hunter Fort Worth Cats Brooklyn Dodgers Shortstop [24]
1953 Joe Frazier Oklahoma City Indians Unaffiliated Outfielder [25]
1954 Frank Kellert San Antonio Missions Baltimore Orioles First baseman [26]
1955 Ray Murray Dallas Eagles New York Giants Catcher [27]
1956 Ken Guettler Shreveport Sports Unaffiliated Outfielder [28]
1957 Jim Frey Tulsa Oilers Philadelphia Phillies Outfielder [29]
1958 Michael Lutz Corpus Christi Giants San Francisco Giants Outfielder [30]
1959 Carl Warwick Victoria Rosebuds Los Angeles Dodgers Outfielder [31]
1960 Chuck Hiller Rio Grande Valley Giants San Francisco Giants Second basemen [32]
1961 Phil Linz Amarillo Gold Sox New York Yankees Shortstop [33]
1962 Cap Peterson El Paso Sun Kings San Francisco Giants Shortstop [34]
1963 Jim Beauchamp Tulsa Oilers St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder [35]
1964 Joe MorganHall of Famer San Antonio Bullets Houston Colt .45's Second baseman [36]
1965 Leo Posada Amarillo Sonics Houston Astros Outfielder [37]
1966 Tommy Hutton Albuquerque Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers First baseman [38]
1967 Nate Colbert Amarillo Sonics Houston Astros Outfielder [39]
1968* Jim Spencer El Paso Sun Kings California Angels First baseman [40]
1968* Bill Sudakis Albuquerque Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers Third baseman [41]
1969* Larry Johnson Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs Baltimore Orioles First baseman [42]
1969* Bobby Grich Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs Baltimore Orioles Shortstop [43]
1970 Mickey Rivers El Paso Sun Kings California Angels Outfielder [44]
1971 Enos Cabell Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs Baltimore Orioles First baseman [45]
1972 Randy Elliott Alexandria Aces San Diego Padres Outfielder [46]
1973 Héctor Cruz Arkansas Travelers St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder [47]
1974 John Balaz El Paso Diablos California Angels Outfielder [48]
1975 Gary Alexander Lafayette Drillers San Francisco Giants Catcher [49]
1976 Willie Aikens El Paso Diablos California Angels First baseman [50]
1977 Karl Pagel Midland Cubs Chicago Cubs Outfielder [51]
1978 Bobby Clark El Paso Diablos California Angels Outfielder [52]
1979 Mark Brouhard El Paso Diablos California Angels Outfielder [53]
1980 Tim Leary Jackson Mets New York Mets Pitcher [54]
1981 Steve Sax San Antonio Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers Second baseman [55]
1982 Darryl Strawberry Jackson Mets New York Mets Outfielder [56]
1983 Mark Gillaspie Beaumont Golden Gators San Diego Padres Outfielder [57]
1984 Jim Steels Beaumont Golden Gators San Diego Padres Outfielder [58]
1985 Billy Jo Robidoux El Paso Diablos Milwaukee Brewers First baseman [59]
1986 Steve Stanicek El Paso Diablos Milwaukee Brewers First baseman [60]
1987 Gregg Jefferies Jackson Mets New York Mets Shortstop [61]
1988 Jeff Manto Midland Angels California Angels Third baseman [62]
1989 Ray Lankford Arkansas Travelers St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder [63]
1990 Henry Rodríguez San Antonio Missions Los Angeles Dodgers Outfielder [64]
1991 John Jaha El Paso Diablos Milwaukee Brewers First baseman [65]
1992 Troy O'Leary El Paso Diablos Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder [66]
1993 Roberto Petagine Jackson Generals Houston Astros First baseman [67]
1994 Tim Unroe El Paso Diablos Milwaukee Brewers Third baseman [68]
1995 Johnny Damon Wichita Wranglers Kansas City Royals Outfielder [69]
1996 Bubba Smith Tulsa Drillers Texas Rangers First baseman [70]
1997 Mike Kinkade El Paso Diablos Milwaukee Brewers Third baseman [71]
1998 Tyrone Horne Arkansas Travelers St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder [72]
1999 Adam Piatt Midland RockHounds Oakland Athletics Third baseman [73]
2000 Keith Ginter Round Rock Express Houston Astros Second baseman [74]
2001 Jason Lane Round Rock Express Houston Astros Outfielder [75]
2002 Chad Tracy El Paso Diablos Arizona Diamondbacks Third baseman [76]
2003 Justin Leone San Antonio Missions Seattle Mariners Third baseman [77]
2004 Ryan Shealy Tulsa Drillers Colorado Rockies First baseman [78]
2005 Andre Ethier Midland RockHounds Oakland Athletics Outfielder [79]
2006 Alex Gordon Wichita Wranglers Kansas City Royals Third baseman [80]
2007 Chase Headley San Antonio Missions San Diego Padres Third baseman [81]
2008 Kila Ka'aihue Northwest Arkansas Naturals Kansas City Royals First baseman [82]
2009 Chris Carter Midland RockHounds Oakland Athletics First baseman [83]
2010 Mike Moustakas Northwest Arkansas Naturals Kansas City Royals Third baseman [84]
2011 Matt Adams Springfield Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals First baseman [85]
2012 Oscar Taveras Springfield Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder [86]
2013 George Springer Corpus Christi Hooks Houston Astros Outfielder [87]
2014 Alex Yarbrough Arkansas Travelers Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Second baseman [88]
2015 Chad Pinder Midland RockHounds Oakland Athletics Shortstop [89]
2016 Matt Chapman Midland RockHounds Oakland Athletics Third baseman [90]
2017 Matt Beaty Tulsa Drillers Los Angeles Dodgers First baseman [91]
2018 Joey Curletta Arkansas Travelers Seattle Mariners First baseman [92]
2019 Dylan Carlson Springfield Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder [93]
2020 None selected (season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic) [1]
2021[a] MJ Melendez Northwest Arkansas Naturals Kansas City Royals First baseman [95]

Notes

  1. ^ In 2021, the award was known as the Double-A Central Most Valuable Player Award.[94]

References

General
  • "Players of the Year". Texas League. Minor League Baseball. Retrieved February 12, 2016.
Specific
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